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Mass vaccination of 42,000 children against measles in the region of Bunyakiri in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Members of the Médecins Sans Frontières emergency team in the province of South Kivu, in the...

Scores of wounded treated after heavy fighting in Kunduz province in Afghanistan

Heavy clashes between Afghan security forces and armed opposition groups in the north-eastern...

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A refugee child with second-degree burns

24/06/2015

Australian nurse Jessica Lovell just returned from Iraq, where she was working as part of our team in Domeez refugee camp, assisting Syrian refugees.

Category: Video gallery, Field news, Breaking news

The Australian Hospital Healthcare Bulletin: Médecins Sans Frontières Delivers Urgent Medical Care To Nepal With Inflatable Hospital

15/06/2015

Nepal has been hit by two earthquakes in less than four weeks, killing thousands, injuring tens of thousands, and leaving millions more with the burden of rebuilding their lives. Teams began medical activities and distributing...

Category: Media

ABC 7.30: Humanitarian emergency in Iraq 'one of the worst worldwide' warns MSF

12/06/2015

Fighting involving Islamic State in Iraq is displacing millions and preventing aid from reaching those most in need, creating one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres' head of...

Category: Media

The Invisible Wounds

11/06/2015

Médecins Sans Frontières Colombia sheds light on how violence and conflict leads to mental health problems. Our Médecins Sans Frontières Mental Health Program Manager in Cauca, Colombia in Connect, talks to one of many who have...

Category: Field news

Update on the resettlement of the thousands of people who fled from Lake Chad

10/06/2015

At the beginning of May, thousands of people fled their villages on islands in Lake Chad, after Nigerien authorities urged them to leave the area following the deadly attack of Boko Haram on the island of Karamga. Below is an...

Category: Field news
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