YEMEN: MSF calls on Saudi–led coalition to immediately allow access into Yemen for humanitarian organisations
11-9 | Over the last 3days, the Saudi-led coalition has not allowed MSF flights into Yemen, directly hindering the organisation’s ability to provide life-saving medical and humanitarian assistance to a population already in dire need.
10-24 | Since 25 August over 600,000 Rohingyas have fled targeted violence in Myanmar and sought safety across the border in Bangladesh. This brings the total of Rohingyas in Bangladesh to nearly a million refugees. The new arrivals have shared horrific stories with Médecins Sans Frontières about their villages being raided and burned and of widespread violence against civilians. In the first three weeks alone, MSF treated over 250 newly arrived patients with violence-related injuries.
10-23 | Conference for the Rohingya Refugee Crisis organized by OCHA, IOM and UNHCR and co-hosted by the European Union and Kuwait. In the piece below she describes her recent visit to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, where a refugee crisis is unfolding after renewed violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar. “Almost 600,000 Rohingya refugees have sought safety in Bangladesh in the past two months.
9-29 | MSF asks warring parties and their backers not to strike health care facilities Amid a sharp intensification of bombing over northwestern Syria (mainly Idlib governorate and north of Hama governorate) since Tuesday 19 September, hospitals are closing either because they have been bombed or because they fear being bombed, leaving patients with ever-decreasing options for life-saving care at the time it is most needed said Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in a statement today. The Hama Central/Sham hospi
9-28 | Yemen’s health service is experiencing widespread and critical problems, in part because most Ministry of Public Health and Population staff having received their last regular salary a year ago, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) warned in a report released today.