9-24 | More than 2,000 white tents line the green hills near the village of Bambasi, in western Ethiopia. Since July, they have been home to 12,000 Sudanese refugees who fled their homeland and are now taking sanctuary from conflict in a camp established by the Ethiopian authorities and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
8-28 | South Sudan: a humanitarian crisisUganda: Escaping conflict in KivuDemocratic Republic of Congo: Malaria outbreakBurkina Faso: malnutrition decreaseZimbabwe: HIV : from Washington to Harare
7-27 | Many patients with drug-resistant TB that arrive at MSF’s clinic in Mumbai have received incorrect or inadequate treatment in the private sector. Although this form of TB is curable if treated early enough, some of the patients, like ‘Shanti’*, are in such bad condition that their lives cannot be saved.
7-20 | While new United Nations data pointing to gains made in the fight against HIV/AIDS is sparking optimism ahead of the 2012 International AIDS Conference in Washington, countries most affected by the pandemic continue to struggle to place enough people on treatment and to implement the best science and strategies to fight the disease, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warned today.
5-25 | MSF has handed over one of its largest projects for Somali refugees in Ethiopia. The number of refugees crossing the border has significantly gone down since the humanitarian crisis of last year. MSF initiated the project in Hiloweyn camp, one of the five refugee camps near to the border between Ethiopia and Somalia, in August 2011, at the height of the crisis.