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Liban. Accès aux soins. Vallée de la Bekaa.


“At the end of the month, there’s no money left for medicine”

Read the story of Ahmed, a Syrian refugee who lives with his family in an informal tented settlement in the outskirts of Arsal, in the Bekaa Valley.
Mozambique. Cabo Delgado. Conflits. Violences.
Caroline Gaudron


Trying to survive a three-year nightmare in Mozambique

Caroline Gaudron, strategic support manager for MSF in Mozambique, describes the chaos and challenges for people trying to survive, having fled extreme violence in the province.
MSF, Carole Thieron, Ebola, RDC

Democratic Republic of the Congo

New strategies at work in eleventh Ebola outbreak

In an interview, Guyguy Manangama who is leading MSF's Ebola response in Équateur province, describes the eleventh outbreak, which has lower levels of mortality than the previous outbreak.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Intercommunal violence in Ituri : “Help my community at all costs”

“Djapan” * is 30 years old and works as a community health educator for MSF at the displaced persons’ site of the Drodro parish, in the Ituri province. Here is his testimony.
Liban. Beyrouth. Explosions.


“I needed to make myself useful to overcome the panic”

MSF psychologist Sara Tannouri looks back at the blast that devastated her home city of Beirut, Lebanon two months ago and its impact on people’s mental wellbeing, including her own.
Soudan du Sud, MSF, Covid-19, Grand Pibor, Jonglei
Jean-Nicolas Dangelser, coordinateur d’urgence, MSF, Soudan du Sud
Jean-Nicolas Dangelser

South Sudan

How cycles of violence impede access to basic medical care in Jonglei State, Sou

In August 2020, a new wave of violence shook northeastern South Sudan, causing an influx of seriously injured people to Pieri Hospital in Jonglei State. Jean-Nicolas Dangelser, MSF emergency coordinator, looks back on these events, which illustrate the problems of inter-community violence and access to healthcare in the region.
Sauvetage en mer, MSF, mer Méditerrannée, Search and Rescue, Sea-Watch 4

Mediterranean Sea

On 1 September, the Sea-Watch 4 was assigned a port of safety

MSF, together with Sea-Watch, has been back at sea in the central Mediterranean since 15 August, on board the ship the Sea-Watch 4. Finally, on 1 September, 11 days after the first rescue the Sea-Watch 4, was allocated a place of safety, in the closest country.
MSF, Syria, Emergency, Healthcare, Covid-19, humanitarian crisis, outbreak, water shortage


“In Al-Hol camp, almost no healthcare is available”

A humanitarian crisis continues to unfold in northeast Syria, as an already devastated area in which 700,000 people are internally displaced, copes with the spread of COVID-19, water shortages, social unrest and a collapsed healthcare system.
Covid-19, épidémie, épidémiologie, Cameroun, Yaoundé


Remaining vigilant regarding epidemic risks present in the country

The efforts developed to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in recent weeks risk overshadowing some of the health needs of the population.
Jo Robays


Covid-19: “We are concerned about the South”

Dr Jo Robays, coordinator of LuxOR, has just returned from a one-month mission with Médecins Sans Frontières to Brazil, one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus epidemic. It has already killed more than 75 000 people there.