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Escalating fighting in South Sudan is exposing civilians to widespread violence and severely...

Irbid activities scaled up due to increasing health needs of Syrian refugees

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Month in Focus June 2011

30/06/2011

Video update on Médecins Sans Frontières activities in June 2011.

Category: Video gallery

Médecins Sans Frontières condemns any initiative that would send boat people back to Libya

24/06/2011

Rome/Brussels, June 23, 2011 – With the European Council scheduled to meet again on Friday to discuss migration issues, Médecins Sans Frontières condemns the terms of the bilateral agreement (memorandum of understanding) signed...

Category: Press releases

Logistician from Sydney, working in Dadaab refugee camps

16/06/2011

Don McCallum,36, is an engineer from Sydney, recently returned from Dadaab in Kenya, the site of the world’s largest refugee settlement. Don was working as a logistician in the Dagahaley camp, in his first field placement with...

Category: Letters from the field

World's largest refugee camp is full

16/06/2011

The three camps in the Dadaab area are already full, and there is nowhere for new arrivals to stay.

Category: Outcome

Dadaab: The biggest refugee camp in the world is full

16/06/2011

Stranded in the desert of Kenya’s northeastern province, surrounded by mile upon mile of sand and scrubby bushes, 30,000 people are living in makeshift shelters under a burning sun. The families – having crossed the border from...

Category: Field news
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