Coming back from Yemen, Taiz, MSF Operations Manager Christian Katzer gives an account of the current situation, saying that wars affect everybody particularly women and children.
More than 50,000 people are now displaced in north Abs due to a new round of clashes in the last week of March
MSF has put on hold the admission of all patients to Al Sadaqah hospital in Aden following the kidnapping and killing of a patient.
Humanitarian assistance, and particularly water and sanitation activities, need to be increased to prevent cholera from spreading across the country
As the conflict in Yemen enters its fourth year, MSF has put together a series of seven short videos that illustrate the devastating situation – through the
"While I make my coffee and plan for the workday ahead, the pilots are busy with their own morning routine: slicing through the sky above my head and often dropping the bombs that shake the ground beneath my feet"
MSF is extremely worried for its patients and staff threatened by fighting very close to its facilities in Hodeidah
MSF is worried by the escalation of fighting around Hodeidah, which raise fears of a siege of the city with civilians potentially trapped inside and caught in the crossfire
Closure comes as we see an increase in war wounded at our facility in Aden, coming from the front lines located near Hodeidah/north of Ad Dhale