2. March 2021 | 15:49
The security and safety situation in Al-Hol camp, northeastern Syria, has deteriorated, with more than 30 people – including MSF staff – killed since January.
25. February 2021 | 17:48
Following a new outbreak of Ebola in DRC – the country’s twelfth – MSF teams are responding in communities in North Kivu province, the site of the newest outbreak.
25. February 2021 | 11:51
Violent clashes around the MSF burns centre hospital in Drouillard, a neighbourhood of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, have forced staff to transfer patients for their safety.
22. February 2021 | 17:01
Post-election violence in Central African Republic is continuing to have an impact on people, this time in the southern city of Bambari, when people and medical facilities were hit with bullets.
22. February 2021 | 14:02
Matthias Kennes, an MSF medical adviser in the West Bank, Palestine, writes of the searing inequalities he’s witnessing on COVID-19 vaccination between the occupied territory and Israel.
22. February 2021 | 13:52
Since January, MSF has been treating increasing numbers of severely malnourished children at Abs hospital, in northwestern Yemen; a sign of a war that has a terrible impact on lives.
19. February 2021 | 13:46
More than 61,000 people, fleeing violence in Ethiopia, have registered as refugees in Sudan. Those stuck in the border town of Hamdayet are barely having their basic needs met.
19. February 2021 | 8:58
After authorities in Guinea declared a new outbreak of Ebola in mid-February, MSF’s Anja Wolz outlines the current situation and response in five questions.
18. February 2021 | 13:46
As Southern Africa struggles under a contagious variant of the coronavirus, MSF urges rich countries to share appropriate COVID-19 vaccines with those yet to vaccinate key workers.
17. February 2021 | 9:39
Following the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February, MSF is concerned for the welfare of people and healthcare workers – and access to healthcare – in the country, following arrests and intimidation.