Une aide médicale et humanitaire d’urgence pour les plus vulnérables
Medical care in Kunduz: Making it work
Fighting in the city of Kunduz in north-eastern Afghanistan ended on 8 August. The local community still requires trauma care. A medic in MSF’s Kunduz team describes their experience during the fighting and the work that is going on today.
“Pharmaceutical corporations must open up to generic supply and lower prices”
MSF welcomes the new WHO guidance that expand use of new drugs to the youngest and most vulnerable children of all ages with drug-resistant tuberculosis, although procurement and access to the new pediatric formulations of second line drugs, including Bedaquiline and Delamanid, is urgently needed.
Healthcare System Disintegrates as Political Vacuum Persist
MSF teams are directly experiencing the consequences of the system’s collapse and are gravely concerned about the continued provision of essential healthcare services in the country.