4-19 | Since the start of the “March of Return” movement, hundreds of severely wounded patients have flocked to MSF’s three medical clinics in Gaza. The patients are mainly young men, in their twenties. They describe their desperation, the impossibility of finding a job, the extreme poverty, the feeling of abandonment. Many go to the border with Israel knowing the risks, but also with the feeling of having nothing to lose.
4-6 | Recent violence in Ituri Province, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has displaced over 300,000 people from their homes, and awakened memories of the conflict that affected the region in the early 2000s. Houses have been burnt, around 200 people have been killed and scores of others wounded. The displaced are living in informal sites, with host families or are sheltering in churches and schools.
4-3 | The number of patients injured by landmines, booby traps and explosives doubled between November 2017 and March 2018.
3-16 | By Meinie Nicolai, nurse and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) General Director Most people in East Ghouta live underground. Medical care is increasingly provided in basements. What is happening there cannot bear the light of day. I recently spoke to one of the directors of a hospital MSF has been supporting since 2013 in East Ghouta.
2-25 | MSF calls for an immediate ceasefire to enable the basic human act of helping the sick and wounded Casualty numbers in Syria’s besieged East Ghouta enclave are soaring beyond imagination as the capacity to provide healthcare is in its final throes , said Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) today. Hospitals and clinics supported by MSF had seen more than 2,500 wounded and more than 520 dead after just five days of intense bombing and shelling – from evening of Sunday 18 to evening of Friday 23 February, certainly an un