7-5 | South Sudan: Jamam refugee camp under water, MSF warns crisis worsening Preliminary studies reveal mortality rates nearly double the emergency threshold in a refugee camp in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State, currently home to a quarter of roughly 120,000 refugees who have fled Sudan’s Blue Nile State since late last year, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warned.
6-29 | Jordan: Syrian patients in Amman hospital Mali crisis: Desert refugees Nigeria : Lead poisoning Haiti: Severe burns unit Kenya : Victims of sexual violence Guinea : Cholera vaccination
6-28 | A political crisis has divided Mali since the end of January. People are leaving the regions in the north of Mali; refugees and displaced people have been hiding in the bush or fleeing en masse to Burkina Faso, Niger and Mauritania. Often they settle in places where people are living already – places that already have been weakened by food insecurity in the region. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is responding to the growing humanitarian need in the region, providing assistance to refugees as well as to local people
6-20 | Amina arrived in Dadaab in 1992, when she was one year old. Born in Afmadow, Somalia, she fled from her own country because of violence, drought and a lack of food. In the refugee camp, she shares a shelter with her husband, her young daughter and another 12 members of her extended family.
6-18 | With continued tension and unrest in Rakhine Sate, Myanmar, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is seriously concerned that those people most affected by violence and deep communal divisions, are unable to receive medical treatment. MSF was forced to suspend most of its medical activities in Rakhine State on June 9 when violence erupted, which put its clinics and staff in danger.