MSF teams have set up a cholera treatment unit in Tica and are providing logistical support for the cholera vaccination campaign led by the Ministry of Health.
In late 2018, MSF staff, armed with paint and paintbrushes, arranged a day of fun and smiles for young patients in the four-bed paediatric ward in Kabinda Central Hospital in Kinshasa.
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has put on hold the admission of all patients to Al Sadaqah hospital in Aden following the kidnapping and killing of a patient
MSF logistician and community health worker Labana Steven is part of MSF’s emergency team working in Malawi’s Makhanga area to support thousands of people left affected by severe flooding with health and sanitation supplies.
More than 200 kilometres an hour swept down from the mountains on the night of 15 March, heralding after a long dry period the arrival of an immense cyclone, which dumped kilo-tonnes of water on Zimbabwe’s Manicaland province
Humanitarian assistance, and particularly water and sanitation activities, need to be increased to prevent cholera from spreading across the country
One year ago people in Gaza began holding demonstrations and being shot by the Israeli forces every week near the fence between the two territori