6-15 | MSF Increases Treatment Capacity in Taï and Duékoué Following new attacks earlier last week near Taï, at the Liberian border, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has strengthened its treatment capacity in Taï and Duékoué hospitals in preparation for a possible influx of wounded patients. Health-care workers and a portion of the population have already fled the fighting in the area south of Taï, leaving critical gaps in access to medical care.
6-12 | Following escalating violence in Rakhine state, MSF has temporarily suspended activities and reduced staff in Rakhine state. Suspension of activities means the disruption of life-saving primary health-care, including the provision of urgent anti-retroviral treatment to HIV positive patients. MSF is concerned about the safety of all its patients and staff, and hopes to resume medical activities as soon as possible in order to avoid unnecessary lives being lost.
6-5 | “Many of our patients are children affected by violent incidents and army incursions”
5-17 | The increase of violence and fighting since last Saturday in southern Yemen has led to a high number of victims and wounded among civilians. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams already received and treated 8 severely injured patients at Aden hospital, transferred from Jaar Health Post, and 43 were received at Lawdar Hospital, both supported by MSF.
5-15 | Wounded people and medical workers remain targeted and threatened, the international medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said, following visits to parts of Syria. MSF insists that all parties to the conflict must fully respect the physical integrity of wounded people, doctors and healthcare facilities. MSF calls for increased political and diplomatic efforts to ensure the safety of patients and medical workers, without the use of force.