Kenya: Addressing sexual and gender-based violence faced by communities displaced by conflict in Baringo

Flasquote : Trans-Mediterranean Forum on Migration in Tripoli

Al Nasser hospital, Khan Younis: Living conditions and lack of care threatening the lives of pregnant women and newborns

Al Nasser hospital, Khan Younis: Living conditions and lack of care threatening the lives of pregnant women and newborns

MSF welcomes Indian Patent Office’s rejection of J&J’s application for paediatric formulation of lifesaving TB drug

Malawi: sex workers take charge of their health

Malawi: sex workers take charge of their health

In Malawi, Médecins Sans Frontières teams are working with community-based organisations to improve access to healthcare for sex workers. Some of them are trained and identified as "peers" to advise, support and respond as effectively as possible to the needs, particularly the medical needs, of these women.

Doctor testimonies from Nasser hospital, Khan Younis.

Sent on Sunday 14 July, in relation to events on Saturday 13 July.

Unaccompanied minors in Calais: violence as a horizon

Since July 2023, Médecins Sans Frontières has been providing medical, psychological and social support to unaccompanied minors in transit in Calais in its day centre. Hundreds of young people shared with the MSF team painful stories about their migratory journeys and a violent reception in France.

Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan

Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan

SUDAN: MSF suspends delivery of vital care in Khartoum’s Turkish hospital after more than a year of violent incidents at the facility

SUDAN: MSF suspends delivery of vital care in Khartoum’s Turkish hospital after more than a year of violent incidents at the facility

Nairobi, Wednesday 10 July – After over a year of violent incidents both inside and outside the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)-supported Turkish Hospital in Khartoum – including threats made against the lives of MSF staff – MSF has taken the decision to evacuate its team from the hospital. This decision has not been taken lightly. MSF had managed to provide continuous hands-on, life-saving treatment in the facility for almost 14 months, despite many, often deliberate, obstructions from the warring parties. However, as a result of recent events, this hands-on support is now no longer possible.

Northeast Syria: 'The feeling that hangs in the air’ 

Opinion piece by Vickie Hawkins, General Director MSF Netherlands  

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