9-28 | International organisation had to interrupt its work in Al Talh and Razeh hospitals, after local authorities set new conditions for humanitarian activities in the regionHumanitarian medical organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) announced today that its emergency activities in Saada governorate, Yemen were suspended on 26 September.
8-25 | For the past few weeks Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams in Somalia have been trying to expand their operations despite ongoing violence in the capital and other restrictions. As the number of malnourished children continues to rise, it is clear that more assistance is necessary for the already vulnerable Somali population, which has had virtually no access to healthcare for the past two decades.
8-24 | Hussein Sheikh Qassim works in the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Marere, southern Somalia. He spoke to us by phone on 17 August.
8-22 | David MICHALSKI, emergency coordinator, and Said HASSAN, field coordinator, recently finished their missions in Mogadishu, Somalia. In this interview they describe the humanitarian situation and the first steps of MSF’s response in the capital.
8-17 | Hadija Isaac ABDU toys with the plastic syringe that she uses to feed her severely malnourished three-year-old son at the MSF stabilisation centre in Malkadida refugee camp. “We are farmers; we grow corn and sorghum. We had cows. The crops failed because of the drought and when the cattle died we decided to leave. We had to walk for seven days without food to get here. The only food we ate was what people gave us along the way.”