Tunisia: Geo Barents survivors speak out about the violence they suffered
While European politicians were replicating deadly agreements with Tunisian leadership last July, African migrants in Tunisia were living what they described as "the worst nightmare” of their lives. Many of these people are still targeted in a country that is unsafe for them.
Earthquake in Morocco : "It's really incredible, the devastation that we saw"
An emergency team arrived in Morocco on 10 September to assess the situation and needs following the earthquake that struck the centre of the country on Friday 8 September. John Johnson, emergency coordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières, describes the situation on the ground, the medical needs and the outpouring of solidarity that followed this natural disaster.
Khartoum’s deadliest weekend since the conflict began- MSF treat over 100 people
Last weekend, MSF teams treated over 100 people wounded in two separate locations of Khartoum following deadly attacks. At least 49 people were killed in the strikes. This was the deadliest weekend witnessed by MSF teams in Khartoum since the beginning of the conflict, five months ago.
Earthquake in Morocco: MSF assesses needs on site
The provisional death toll from the magnitude 7 earthquake that struck central Morocco on Friday night has now exceeded 1,000 and 1,200 people have been injured. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is extremely saddened by the tragic news of the earthquake that struck Morocco and by the high number of victims already reported.
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Kostiantynivka: 34 patients hospitalised after deadly attack on marketplace
After an explosion yesterday in a marketplace in Kostiantynivka, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been responding to urgent medical needs of people injured in the attack. At Kostiantynivka hospital, where MSF supports the Ministry of Health emergency department, 34 patients were admitted, with 15 of these classified as “red cases” requiring immediate lifesaving care.
The Turkish Hospital in Khartoum: a lifeline for sick children and pregnant women
In Sudan, where military operations have now entered their fifth month, MSF has been supporting the Turkish Hospital in Khartoum since mid-May. Although there was a risk that MSF would twice have to end it support to this hospital, it has been possible for MSF teams to maintain and even expand their support – in spite of immense challenges, which include ongoing visa shortages. Today, around 100 people come to the hospital for treatment each day, with an average of 40 coming to the emergency room.
South Sudan: Thousands of returnees from Sudan are arriving in alarming health conditions
Humanitarian organisations must urgently scale up their response to ease the difficulties faced by people fleeing the conflict from Sudan to Upper Nile state in South Sudan, says Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Thousands of returnees have been arriving sick and exhausted at the Bulukat transit centre in Malakal, north-eastern South Sudan, after travelling almost 72 hours by boats on the White Nile River. The Bulukat transit centre hosts about 5,000 people at any one time, many of them having to wait for weeks for onward transfers. People are without sufficient food, shelter or healthcare, as they live in temporary tents or out in the open during the rainy season.
Invitation au Forum Associatif #3: 27 septembre 2023
La deuxième édition du forum associatif aura lieu au Café littéraire Le Bovary le mercredi 27 septembre à 18h30 et prendra la forme d'une discussion autour de votre vision de l'association MSF au Luxembourg.