11-20 | An initial medical team made of two MSF staff and the programme coordinator was able to enter the Gaza Strip on 18 November. Additional emergency response staff, such as anaesthetists, resuscitation specialists and surgeons, will be joining the team in the coming days.
10-8 | This new attack threatens MSF medical missionPatients at a surgical hospital in Aden had to be evacuated and staff were forced to shut down the facility following tensions and shooting that took place in and around the compound on 27th September, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said recently.“Two of our guards were beaten up and threatened at gun point while shots were fired from both sides of the hospital wall,” says MSF Project Coordinator, Anne GARELLA.
10-5 | The last children under treatment for severely malnutrition left the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) feeding centre in the southern Somali city of Kismayo as parents fear the impact of imminent fighting on the city.
10-3 | Escalating violence has forced international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to suspend medical services in two out of three of its facilities in Pibor county in Jonglei state, South Sudan, leaving up to 90,000 people deprived of essential medical care.
10-2 | The Israeli blockade in place since 2007 makes it extremely difficult for anyone to leave the Gaza Strip, so Palestinian health professionals have not been able to go abroad for training and to update their knowledge and skills. One of the objectives of MSF's programme in Gaza is therefore to transfer competencies from our specialised expatriate teams to the local medical teams. And this is why Sylvia, cardiac and respiratory physiotherapist, has just spent a month and half in Gaza.