7-17 | The merciless killing of a baby in a Hospital in Zemio, Central African Republic (CAR), where Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) runs a project, points to the extreme brutality against civilians in the escalating conflict, as the number of safe spaces dwindles. On Tuesday 11 July, two armed men arrived at Zemio hospital where around 7,000 internally displaced people had sought refuge in the past two weeks following an escalation in fighting in the south-eastern region of CAR. The men threatened a family at the Hosp
7-14 | An armed robbery occurred at an MSF clinic in Pibor, South Sudan, during the early morning hours on Thursday, 13 July. Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) strongly condemns the incident, which resulted in injuries to two team members and forced the organisation to relocate some staff. This follows an earlier incident in February 2016 when the clinic in Pibor was looted.
7-5 | Extreme levels of conflict and violence in the besieged city of Mosul - including airstrikes, bombardment, suicide attacks and gunshots - are taking a devastating toll on residents of the embattled Old City, says the international medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). In less than two weeks since officially opening its hospital in west Mosul, one of only two hospitals functioning in this part of the city, MSF has treated over 100 patients for war-related injuries, including more than 25 children and 20 women.
6-27 | An acute humanitarian emergency is unfolding in Doolo zone, in Ethiopia’s Somali region, as malnutrition reaches alarming levels, warns Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), whose teams are working in Doolo zone, the worst affected area. “The numbers of young children with severe acute malnutrition in Doolo zone are the highest ever seen in this area by our teams in the 10 years we have worked in the region,” says Saskia van der Kam, MSF nutritional advisor. MSF teams, working alongside Ethiopian health a
6-23 | Malnutrition and paediatric treatment underway in Galkayo North Nearly four years after withdrawing its teams from the country, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has restarted treating patients in Somalia. MSF is once again providing support to Mudug Regional Hospital, Galkayo North, in Somalia’s Puntland region, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health.