Gaza: Attacks on humanitarian workers amid relentless bombardment make vital assistance near impossible
« L'absence totale d'espace humanitaire et le manque de fournitures dont nous sommes témoins sont vraiment horribles », déclare Lisa Macheiner, coordinatrice de projet de MSF à Gaza. « Les habitants de Gaza ne peuvent plus endurer de souffrances ».
Cholera epidemic: "We are working against the clock to treat patients and prevent new cases"
Roland Couprie, an engineer and resident of Luxembourg, is on mission in Ndola, in the Copperbelt province, as WASH Team Leader with MSF to respond to the cholera epidemic, the largest ever recorded in the country.
Rise in kidnappings and sexual violence near US border seriously impacts health of people on the move
On Mexico's north-eastern border, MSF is seeing an increase in cases of kidnapping, sexual violence, ill-treatment and extortion, as well as constant persecution by the Mexican immigration authorities.
MSF responds to a surge in cholera amid regional outbreaks
With the resurgence of cholera cases since mid-December 2023, MSF is involved in the emergency response alongside the Ministry of Health. The focus is on supporting patient care and fighting the spread of the outbreak in Lusaka and Ndola.
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Festival des migrations 2024 : des moments d'échange précieux pour MSF
Médecins Sans Frontières a participé les 24 et 25 février 2024 à la 41ème édition du Festival des Migrations, des Cultures et de la Citoyenneté. Un moment de partage et d'échange mais aussi l'occasion de présenter notre escape room Stop Ebola.
South Sudan: MSF calls for urgent response in Renk and Bulukat transit sites to prevent deadly outbreaks
A humanitarian crisis is escalating in Bulukat and Renk, two of the busiest transit sites in South Sudan’s Upper Nile state, warns MSF. Thousands of people who escaped the conflict in Sudan are desperately short of essentials including clean water, food, shelter and healthcare. Overcrowded and unhygienic living conditions in the transit sites further increase the risk of disease outbreaks, highlights MSF.
Lifesaving medical care addresses urgent needs of civilians in Ituri province
A resurgence in attacks by armed groups in Ituri, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, since mid-February has resulted in large numbers of people injured and killed, says MSF, whose teams are running a surgical care centre in the town of Bunia.
Migration: European policies encourage systematic brutality towards migrants
MSF has produced a report entitled "Death, despair and misery: the human costs of the EU's migration policies", based on the testimonies of its teams and patients, and numerous data collected at the EU's borders.
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Rejoignez-nous le 21 mars pour le 1er mapathon de 2024 !
Le 21 mars 2024 de 18h30 à 21h30, venez mapper avec nous ! Les mapathons sont des ateliers de cartographie qui facilitent le travail de nos équipes sur le terrain mais aussi des moments de convivialité.