South Sudan / 12.02.14
The deteriorating security situation in Leer and surrounding areas of southern Unity State in South Sudan is having devastating consequences for thousands of people who are hiding in the bush.
Central African Republic / 10.02.14
Muslim communities threatened in many towns, forced to leave the country
Uganda / 24.01.14
The “Anti-homosexuality Bill” has been rejected, but the existing laws still hamper access to HIV prevention and care.
Médecins Sans Frontières has taken another bold step, becoming the first humanitarian organisation to commit to a policy of sharing its medical data, for the purposes of public health research.
South Sudan / 20.01.14
Assault on Malakal compound is second looting of a Médecins Sans Frontières facility in one week.
South Sudan / 31.12.13
Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have arrived in Awerial, in Lakes state, after fleeing violence in Bor, says Médecins Sans Frontières. With thousands more people arriving each day, living conditions are verging on the...
Central African Republic / 27.12.13
On December 20, following days of relative calm in Bangui, capital of Central African Republic, renewed violence prompted waves of wounded to arrive once more at Médecins Sans Frontières projects around the city. From December...
Syria / 19.12.13
Greatly increased humanitarian aid must be delivered across Syria’s borders, Médecins Sans Frontières urged in an open letter to a group of countries meeting at the United Nations to discuss assistance for Syrians in desperate...
Central African Republic / 13.12.13
As UN humanitarian organisations agree to further mobilise resources in response to the humanitarian crisis in Central African Republic (CAR), Médecins Sans Frontières has released an open letter addressed to Valérie Amos, the...
Central African Republic / 10.12.13
Médecins Sans Frontières has called on all parties involved in the current conflict in the Central African Republic (CAR) to allow the wounded and ill to safely obtain the critical medical care they need.