Violent incursion occurred in an MSF-supported health facility in Central Darfur state that left one MSF staff member injured. We are calling on all armed groups to respect medical and humanitarian action.
In the capital of Sudan´s North Darfur state, there has been a sharp increase in the number of cases of malaria during the rainy season this year. Around double the number than during the same period in 2018.
Two years ago armed militias attacked villages and smallholdings in the Jebel Marra mountains of Darfur. Over 23,000 IDPs now live in the camp in the village of Sortoni.
In the last two weeks, South Sudanese from Aburoc’s internally displaced persons camp (IDP) have started flooding across the border to Sudan.
As the crisis spreads in the former Upper Nile state, over 20,000 South Sudanese have fled the horrendous living conditions and fighting around Aburoc’s overcrowded IDP camp.
Close to one hundred medical facilities belonging to or supported by MSF have been bombed since 2015.
Surgeon Shadi Abdelrahman blogs about a miraculous outcome for a mother and her baby in Agok, a special administrative region between Sudan and South Sudan.
The medical humanitarian organisation MSF announced today that it will no longer take funds from the European Union and Member States, in opposition to their damaging deterrence policies and intensifying attempts to push people and their suffering away from European shores.
Leaders from West and Central Africa urged to mobilise national and international political commitment for an ambitious catch up plan to intensify the HIV response in the region.