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Israel urged to stop Gaza attacks as trauma clinic is damaged in shelling | Palestine

17. May 2021 | 14:09

MSF has urged Israel to stop the attacks on Gaza and immediately allow for safe access of humanitarian staff supplies as our trauma and burns clinic was damaged in shelling.

Food aid needed as famine looms in southern Madagascar

17. May 2021 | 12:55

A once in a 30-year drought is among the factors that have led to a severe food shortage in southern Madagascar, leaving people in the region almost starving in places.

Year in Review 2020

17. May 2021 | 12:13

Read the Operations Directors’ review of MSF activities in 2020.

Focus on fighting terrorists ignores humanitarian needs in Mozambique

14. May 2021 | 10:32

People in Cabo Delgado in Mozambique are living under brutal violence. While the needs are huge, ongoing insecurity and bureaucracy continue to hinder the ability to scale up humanitarian aid.

Heavy Israeli bombing pushes Gaza Palestine to the edge of catastrophe

13. May 2021 | 18:38

Heavy Israeli bombing in the latest escalation of violence between Israel and Palestine has left dozens killed or injured; the level of violence from the Israeli police and army is unacceptable.

MSF returns to saving lives at sea in central Mediterranean

13. May 2021 | 8:04

With people continuing to drown while attempting to flee Libya, MSF returns to search and rescue activities in the central Mediterranean Sea, with a new ship, the Geo Barents.

One year after the attack on Dasht-e-Barchi, Afghanistan

10. May 2021 | 17:07

MSF Director of operations, Dr Isabelle Defourny, outlines what’s happened in the year since our maternity ward in Dasht-e-Barchi hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, was attacked, leaving 16 people dead.

Kyrgyzstan border clashes leave thousands homeless

10. May 2021 | 16:21

MSF teams are providing counselling to people in Kyrgyzstan, following tensions which have flared on the Kyrgyz/Tajik border, which has left some people displaced after their houses were damaged.

Oxygen supplies must be scaled up for the coronavirus COVID-19 response

10. May 2021 | 4:41

People in low- and middle-income countries are last in line for both COVID-19 vaccines and stable supplies of oxygen to treat severe patients – the lack of which are leaving people to get sick and die.

DRC Ebola outbreak crisis update

7. May 2021 | 8:20

On 3 May 2021, DRC declared over an outbreak of Ebola in North Kivu province, which had been the country’s twelfth in just over 40 years, and the fourth in the last two years.