10-23 | Democratic Republic of CongoMSF has limited its medical activities in and around Mweso hospital in Dr Congo’s North Kivu province after a succession of incidents where staff was intimidated, patients threatened. MSF team is providing lifesaving activities in the hospital.
9-10 | Access CampaignWith the start of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) negotiations taking place in Brunei in August, MSF warned that the negotiators were moving towards finalizing a deal that in fact would restrict access to affordable medicines and constrain governments’ ability to protect the health of their citizens.
8-29 | Syrian refugees are crossing the border into Iraqi Kurdistan in huge numbers, with more than 42,300 passing through the Peshkabour border crossing since it reopened a week ago on 15 August.
5-30 | South Sudan MSF strongly condemns the destruction at its hospital in Pibor town, South Sudan, purposefully conducted to render the hospital inoperable. The MSF hospital is the only hospital facility for Pibor county.3,000 patients have been treated over the first three months of the year in this hospital.
5-13 | Iraq MSF issued a report Healing Iraqis: The Challenges of Providing Mental Health Care in Iraq, recording examples of the impact constant day to day violence have had on the Iraqis. It said there is an urgent need to scale up mental health care services in the country, and called on the Ministry of Health to improve the quality and access to mental health services. Yemen