Nagorno Karabakh: MSF prepares to respond to people fleeing to Armenia
MSF teams are preparing to provide mental health support to those affected, while we remain ready to adapt to evolving needs as more people arrive.
Universal Health Coverage targets leave behind the most vulnerable
MSF is worried that the current plans for Universal Healthcare Coverage are leaving behind the very people that are now most excluded from access to healthcare.
Flooding in Libya: MSF mobilised in response to the immense needs
Arriving on site on 14 September, the MSF team sent from Tripoli has donated medical kits and is beginning to assess needs. It has also met with the Ministry of Health and is working with the Libyan Red Crescent, the main humanitarian actor on the ground.
Earthquake in Morocco: MSF assesses needs on site
Donations to the MSF Emergency Fund enable us to respond rapidly to immediate needs in Morocco.
Thousands of returnees from Sudan are arriving in alarming health conditions
MSF calls humanitarian organisations to urgently scale up their response to ease the difficulties faced by people fleeing the conflict from Sudan to Upper Nile state in South Sudan.
Measles in South Sudan: People Escaping Conflict in Sudan Face New Health Crisis
MSF teams are recording a concerning rise in measles and malnutrition cases in the organization’s facilities in South Sudan, particularly amongst returnees fleeing conflict from Sudan and host communities. MSF medical facilities in Upper Nile, Unity, Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Warrap states are receiving patients, especially children below five years old, suffering from measles and other critical conditions.
MSF calls for urgent international help for Sudanese refugees in Chad
As people continue to flee the conflict in Sudan, more than 358,000 refugees have arrived at the border town Adré, in eastern Chad. MSF is calling on the international community and humanitarian organisations to urgently address essential needs for people seeking safety from the conflict, to avoid a catastrophic situation.
Niger coup: all MSF's medical and humanitarian activity continues
Since the military coup in Niger on 26 July, the medical and humanitarian activities of MSF have continued in the country in order to maintain its activities in health centres and to provide humanitarian assistance when needed.
Kherson hospital shelled twice in 72 hours
The hospital that was shelled on 1 August 2023 in Kherson region, killing one doctor and wounding five medical staff, resulting in the death of a doctor and the wounding of five medical staff, is again under artillery fire.
Extreme violence in Las Anod forces MSF to close activities
MSF has reached the difficult decision to withdraw our services from Las Anod General Hospital, Sool region, due to increased volatility and repeated security incidents which have impacted the safe delivery of medical care.