Ebola Treatment Centre operated by MSF in Katwa DRC was attacked
MSF denounces the deliberate targeted attacks against the civilian population in Batangafo and other areas such as Ippy and Alindao
More than 35,000 Nigerians have crossed into Cameroon in recent weeks following an upsurge in violence around the northeast Nigerian town of Rann. Most of them are in an informal camp in Goura village in urgent need of food, shelter, and water.
Ebola Treatment Centres operated by MSF in DRC are participating in the randomized controlled trial (RCT) of four potential Ebola-treatments with the objective to identify the most effective of the four products to treat Ebola patients
Evidence proves learners use sexual and reproductive health services when these are offered on school property but absence of implementation guidelines testing rates drop by as much as 74%
MSF is supporting a patent challenge filed in India this week by two DR-TB survivors, to prevent pharmaceutical corporation J&J from extending its monopoly on the TB drug bedaquiline
Between August 2017 and December 2018, teams of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have provided one million medical consultations to refugees and the local community.
Medical care and providing assistance to refugees is a life-long passion for Dr Sohur Mire, a Somali-Swedish medical professional and board member of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Southern Africa. This is her story.
Since the beginning of 2019, the escalation of violence in the North Centre and Sahel regions of Burkina Faso has caused dozens of deaths and the internal displacement of thousands. They need help urgently
Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams in the Palestinian enclave are coping with the arduous task of replacing the centimetres of bones pulverised by Israeli bullets in the bodies of protesters. The limited resources available on site, however, make it impossible to provide a viable solution for many of them – this is why referrals to hospitals abroad are a necessary part of the equation.