10-16 | Six months since conflict broke out, Sudan´s brutal war continues to inflict immeasurable suffering: endangering lives, displacing millions from their homes, and causing deaths even in areas far from frontlines.To prevent a larger tragedy, MSF calls for a substantial increase in humanitarian efforts, the safeguarding of medical staff, humanitarian workers and civilians, for the removal of administrative blockages on medical and humanitarian staff and supplies, and for people to be allowed unhindered access to humanitarian aid.
10-13 | Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is horrified by the brutal mass killing of civilians perpetrated by Hamas, and by the massive attacks on Gaza now being pursued by Israel. MSF calls for an immediate cessation to the indiscriminate bloodshed, the establishment of safe spaces and safe passage for people to reach them as a matter of urgency. People must be afforded safe access to essential supplies like food and water and health facilities.
10-12 | First-person account by Léo Can
10-9 | MSF is preparing a medicine and medical consumables donation to hospitals and health facilities in Gaza today (8 Oct).“Health facilities need this equipment because of the many injured patients,” said Ayman Al-Djaroucha, MSF deputy coordinator in Gaza. “Hospitals are overcrowded with injured people, there is a shortage of drugs and consumables and a shortage of fuel for generators.”
9-11 | After an explosion yesterday in a marketplace in Kostiantynivka, in the Donetsk region of Ukraine, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been responding to urgent medical needs of people injured in the attack. At Kostiantynivka hospital, where MSF supports the Ministry of Health emergency department, 34 patients were admitted, with 15 of these classified as “red cases” requiring immediate lifesaving care.