Despite growing complexity, MSF continues to provide primary and secondary healthcare in North Kivu, DR Congo
5-8 | Despite the growing complexity of an already unstable situation in North Kivu, DRC, MSF continues to provide primary and secondary healthcare to the population, supporting 4 reference hospitals, 12 health centers, 4 health posts, several cholera treatment centers (CTC), weekly mobile clinics, and emergency response activities as required.
4-27 | MSF supports health structures near the border with Sudan and assists displaced people. Tensions and hostilities continue unabated between South Sudan and its northern neighbour Sudan, and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is scaling up its emergency response by treating people injured in the latest violence, giving material and staff support to local clinics and hospitals, and providing relief to people displaced by the fighting.
4-16 | The international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is treating patients wounded on 10 April in aerial bombardments in Abiemnom, Unity State, South Sudan. Violence has taken place in the region over the past couple of weeks and the situation remains extremely volatile.
4-12 | Armed conflicts are intensifying in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, along with large troop movements. Members of the civilian population are the first victims, but aid actors are also directly targeted. "The situation is not stabilizing in Kivu. It is deteriorating again, and has been deteriorating over the last several months", says Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) program manager Dr. Marcela ALLHEIMEN.
3-30 | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) condemns the shelling of Daynile Hospital in Mogadishu, which took place Friday, March 30. The fighting began in the morning in this neighborhood of Daynile, located in an outlying area of Mogadishu. The shelling struck the hospital’s emergency room and a portion of its surgical ward, causing significant damage. MSF has worked in the hospital since 2006.