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Between humanitarian crises and medical emergencies: all the latest news

Une infirmière MSF soigne un patient blessé par la police israélienne.©MSF


Jerusalem : MSF helps to treat Palestinians injured by the Israeli police.

On Monday 10 May, we started supporting the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) in Jerusalem to assess and stabilize hundreds of Palestinians injured by the Israeli police at a PRCS trauma stabilization point in the city.
Le Dr Sharanya Ramakrishna, médecin MSF, prélève un échantillon par écouvillonnage dans la zone de collecte d'échantillons du centre de santé COVID-19 de l'hôpital Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya Shatabdi à Mumbai. ©Abhinav Chatterjee/MSF


The devastating COVID-19 second wave pushing healthcare provision to the limits

The second wave of COVID-19 is reaching extremely alarming levels in India. MSF recently scaled up its intervention in Mumbai.
Un pulvérisateur traite une maison contre les moustiques lors de la campagne 2019 de pulvérisation résiduelle intérieure dans le district sanitaire de Kinyinya en Sierra-Leone.©MSF


Pumps, bicycles and satellites: how MSF is fighting malaria in Burundi

Teams from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have carried out a number of large-scale malaria prevention campaigns in eastern Burundi in recent years, most recently in the hills of Kinyinya.

Volunteer information online meeting

Would you like to become a volunteer for MSF in Luxembourg?

Central African Republic

Healing the visible and invisible wounds of sexual violence

Sexual violence has become a public health issue in Central African Republic (CAR) over the past decade, with women and minors being the most affected groups.


Failed Covid-19 response drives Brazil to humanitarian catastrophe

More than 12 months into Brazil’s Covid-19 emergency, there is still no effective, centralised and coordinated public health response to the outbreak.
Les communes de Luxembourg célèbrent les 50 ans de MSF

MSF in the municipalities of Luxembourg

Some municipalities in Luxembourg are partners of MSF in the framework of the 50th anniversary of the association.


MSF begins vaccinating vulnerable communities against COVID-19

MSF has begun vaccinating elderly people and medical personnel in nursing homes in Lebanon against COVID-19, following an agreement with the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH).
Théophile, médecin de l'équipe d'urgence de MSF, examine un enfant atteint de rougeole à l'hôpital général de référence de Bosobolo en RDC. ©Franck Ngonga/MSF

Democratic Republic of the Congo

In DRC, measles is spreading and killing again

Measles is once again on the rise in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The recent upsurge in cases – more than 13,000 since January 1st – is a major source of concern for MSF.
Partnership Game of code MSF

Game of Code for MSF

IT One has decided to set a new challenge during the hackathon : to collect a maximum of donations as possible for MSF.