2-21 | Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF) is outraged that medical staff and patients are still trapped after Israeli forces attacked and raided Nasser hospital in Khan Younis, Gaza, on 15 February.
2-2 | “I was stooling, vomiting and couldn't keep my eyes open,.” says Ngozi, a 28-year-old petty trader from Abakaliki. After trying various treatments at home, Ngozi was taken to hospital in Abakaliki, in southeast Nigeria’s Ebonyi state, where she was diagnosed with Lassa fever. “After two days there, my health deteriorated and I even lost consciousness at some point,” she says.
1-31 | Amid ongoing heavy fighting and bombing in Khan Younis, south Gaza, vital medical services have collapsed at Nasser hospital, currently the largest functioning health facility in the enclave. Médecins Sans Frontières deplores a situation in which people have been left with no options to go for treatment in case of a large influx of war wounded.
1-25 | A retrospective mortality survey carried out among Sudanese refugees in Chad by Epicentre, Médecins Sans Frontières’ medical research and epidemiology centre, documents the appalling scale of the wave of violence that swept through the region last June, while atrocities have continued in recent months in the region of El Geneina, the capital of West Darfur.
1-25 | A new wave of fighting has gripped Myanmar over the past two months. MSF is providing medical humanitarian assistance in Shan, Kachin and Rakhine states, and we have witnessed healthcare facilities damaged or abandoned and hundreds of thousands of newly displaced people attempting to flee for safety.