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Lake Chad: “The only certainty is that people will remain uprooted and continue to live in fear”

The Lake Chad region has become the epicentre of violence with continued attacks by the Islamic...

In Memoriam: Médecins Sans Frontières colleagues killed in the Kunduz Trauma Centre attack

October 3, 2015 will forever remain a black day in Médecins Sans Frontières’ history. In the early...


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Central African Republic: Without security, no return

There are still 50,000 refugees living in M'Poko camp at Bangui airport. The insecurity that prevents them from going home also compromises their access to healthcare.

18/06/2014 Central African Republic

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria: a serious threat

The World Health Organisation published a report on resistance to antibiotics at the end of April. Médecins Sans Frontières' medical advisor explains this insufficiently documented issue.

18/06/2014 Jordan, Iraq

Médecins Sans Frontières: 25 years in Armenia

Médecins Sans Frontières has been working in Armenia for 25 years from the earthquake in 1988, the 'Children in Difficult Situations' programme in 1997 to the drug-resistant tuberculosis programme started in 2005.

06/06/2014 Armenia

Ethiopia - Refugees left to fend for themselves

90,000 South Sudanese people have fled the war raging in their country. They've taken refuge in Gambella in the west of Ethiopia and are in desperate need of assistance.

13/05/2014 Ethiopia, South Sudan

Kenya - Doing more to prevent HIV transmission

A survey in 2012 showed that one person in every four was HIV-positive in Ndhiwa. The epidemic continues to spread as every year sees two in one hundred people becoming infected with the AIDS virus.

13/05/2014 Kenya

Malaria - Prevention is better than cure

World Malaria Day is the opportunity to put the spotlight on a new prevention strategy. Chemoprevention helps to reduce the number of children falling ill during the July to October peak period.

13/05/2014 Niger

Physiotherapy - In emergency settings too

Médecins Sans Frontières increasingly calls on the services of physiotherapists during its emergency interventions. Integral to post-surgery, their work is key to the delivery of quality care. Haiti, after the earthquake... Libya...

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