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.
9-5 | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) fully resumed medical services at its Tabarre hospital in Port-au-Prince today, after an armed intrusion on July caused the organization suspend admissions in the trauma centre.
8-23 | Violence is threatening Al Nao hospital, a vital lifeline for people in Omdurman, to the northwest of Khartoum, as the conflict in Sudan enters its fifth month causing immense suffering for people in Khartoum and elsewhere across the country.
7-28 | Médecins Sans Frontières has reached the difficult decision to withdraw our services from Las Anod General Hospital, Sool region, located within the internationally-recognised borders of Somalia,* due to increased volatility and repeated security incidents which have impacted the safe delivery of medical care.Recurrent attacks on medical facilities and the level of extreme violence in Las Anod have reached the threshold where MSF is no longer able to provide medical care. The protection and safety of patients, their caretakers, and health workers is no longer guaranteed.
7-24 | On the afternoon of July 20, four MSF staff as well as four truck drivers and a team of 10 daily workers were stopped by a group of armed men while transporting medical supplies to the Turkish Hospital in southern Khartoum, where MSF provides health care.