MSF recently distributed 550 hygiene kits and water containers to families who have returned to Mosul’s old city.
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MSF received 63 casualties in a hospital it supports in Hajjah, following a series of night-time airstrikes on a wedding party that took place on Monday 22 April.
MSF provides community-based, free health care to 819,000 malaria patients from 61 health facilities all over the country in the DRC.
The February cancellation of subsidised healthcare services for Syrian refugees living in Jordan now means they must pay 80% of the ‘foreigner rate’ –a rate which increases the cost of public health care by two to five times.
MSF launched its first multi-antigen campaign in Mali, aiming to vaccinate 10,000 children against a variety of common illnesses.
Between November 2017 and March 2018, the number of patients injured by landmines, booby traps and explosives since doubled. Half the patients children, some as young as one.
On the 31st of March, the search and rescue ship Aquarius were alerted by the Italian Rescue Maritime Coordination Centre (IMRCC) to a rubber boat in distress with an estimated 120 people.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors without Borders (MSF) calls out Italian and other European governments and condemns all actions which prevent lifesaving rescue operations in the Central Mediterranean