On the 8th September2017, armed men opened fire on Batangafo Hospital, Central African Republic killing a 15-year-old and a child.
Over the past four years, MSF medical staff have delivered more than 3,400 babies and provided more than 27,400 gynaecological consultations in Iraq.
About 30 000 people have fled the fighting in the area to take refuge in the town of Paoua. They tell of torched villages, exactions and indiscriminate attacks on anyone found in the zone.
The crisis is far from over: people are still fleeing from Myanmar to Bangladesh, fearing for their lives and seeking safety
Dr Mercedes Tatay, MSF's International Medical Secretary, explains why health policies should focus on needs of individuals.
Monia captures her experience of the violence and highlights how life has changed over the course of the last two and a half years of conflict in Yemen.
Since late July 2017 fighting between ex-Seleka and Anti-balaka factions has once again set Batangafo and its surroundings on fire.
Fatima sits on the bed next to her 18-month-old son Ishaq, who is being treated at one of MSF's cholera treatment centres, Yemen.