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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is one of the world's leading international medical humanitarian organisations. We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflicts, epidemics, disasters or exclusion from healthcare in 74 countries. For over 50 years, our actions have been guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality.

The Luxembourg section of MSF was created in 1986 and houses the operational research unit, known as LuxOR (Luxembourg Operational Research).

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Round table discussion on migration in Europe. May 30, 2024.

To mark the presentation of its new report, MSF is organising a round table discussion with representatives of Luxembourg's political parties in the European Parliament, moderated by journalist Patrick Bartz.

Take part on this event on Thursday 30 May at 7pm at the Cercle Cité de Luxembourg. 

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DRC: civilians caught in the crossfire in the Kivus

DRC: civilians caught in the crossfire in the Kivus

Marie Brun, emergency coordinator for MSF in the province of North Kivu, provides an update on the intensification of fighting between several armed groups, since the start of the year, and the consequences for civilians.
Promoting Patient Recovery after Traumatic Injuries in Humanitarian Settings: New Guidance and E-Learning Available for Health Professionals

Promoting Patient Recovery after Traumatic Injuries in Humanitarian Settings: New Guidance and E-Learning Available for Health Professionals

The AIM-T is an innovative tool guiding patient rehabilitation, scientifically validated through a research partnership among MSF and different humanitarian and academic partners
5373 buildings mapped by our mappers on 22 May 2024!
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5373 buildings mapped by our mappers on 22 May 2024!

On 22 May, 54 volunteers took part in our mapathon organised with the Université Populaire, the Digital Learning Hub and 42 Luxembourg. In total, 5373 buildings in Sokoto, Nigeria, were mapped. Well done to them!
Réunion d'information mission terrain

Réunion d'information mission terrain

Vous habitez ou vous travaillez au Luxembourg ? Vous avez envie de rejoindre les équipes MSF sur le terrain ? Rendez-vous mardi 04 juin 2024 à 18h00 pour une réunion d'information dans nos locaux.
MSF teams aim at supporting most vulnerable in response to Brazil´s biggest climate disaster to date
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MSF teams aim at supporting most vulnerable in response to Brazil´s biggest climate disaster to date

Professionals face logistic challenges in order to reach population affected by severe floods in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
L'Assemblée Générale de MSF Luxembourg : Nouveaux défis et perspectives
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L'Assemblée Générale de MSF Luxembourg : Nouveaux défis et perspectives

Le 4 mai 2024, Médecins Sans Frontières a tenu la 38ème édition de son Assemblée Générale au centre culturel Drescherhaus, réunissant 62 participants. Cette AG a été marquée par de nouvelles élections et des discussions approfondies sur les défis humanitaires actuels.

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Time for five

We go where it hurts.

Médecins Sans Frontières is present in over 70 countries worldwide. We are driven by impact, not media visibility. We go where it hurts, where our teams in the field can make the most significant difference. It's on these themes that we're launching an awareness-raising campaign across Luxembourg that aims to reveal forgotten crises, those places in the world where needs are crying out but attention is rare.

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Epidemics & vaccines

Where people still die from diseases that no longer kill elsewhere.

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Forgotten crises

Where everyone has forgotten you're there.

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Conflicts

Where running away isn't even an option.
 

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Cancers

Where we have the same cancers, but not the same treatments.

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