11/14/2017 | After an offensive lasting four and a half months, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and an international coalition finally captured Raqqa from the so-called Islamic State (IS).
8/11/2014 | What is the status of research for Ebola vaccines and treatment ?We are in regular contact with researchers and we are aware that there are a handful of Ebola drugs and vaccines currently in early stages of development.
6/26/2014 | One woman dies nearly every hour in Pakistan from complications of giving birth. The maternal mortality rate is even higher in Baluchistan than the rest of the country. The largest but least populated province has some of the lowest national developmental indicators. A third of the women marry before reaching 15 and two thirds of them are illiterate.
5/20/2014 | Emiliano LUCERO is Argentinian and has just returned from Mexico after working there for a year as a medical coordinator.
2/17/2014 | Since early December, MSF has provided medical care to over 1,000 patients wounded by violence in and around Bangui airport, where approximately 100,000 displaced people have taken refuge from a wave of fighting that has spread across the country. In the past week alone, 100 patients were treated for bullet and machete wounds.
2/7/2014 | “Between the constant tension and the many serious wounds, this was my most difficult mission” Jessie GAFFRIC is coordinator of MSF’s project at the Bangui Community Hospital, where the organization performs emergency surgery for victims of the confrontations, abuses and violence rocking the city.
1/30/2014 | Over the past seven weeks, teams from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have run mobile clinics by boat to deliver medical and humanitarian aid to five islands south of Guiuan that were affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
11/21/2013 | Cindy is a Filipino nurse from the town of Estancia on the north east of Panay Island. She has been helping survivors of Typhoon Haiyan since it hit the Philippines on 8 November.
11/21/2013 | Since few weeks, MSF has deployed new mobile medical teams in the Central African Republic, especially on the main road between Batangafo and Bouca, around Bossangoa and in the southwest of the country.