7-18 | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has helped established a network of 30 local psychologists as part of its medical support projects in the city of Misrata, Libya, which has been the scene of fierce fighting for more than four months.
6-30 | As fighting continues to force civilians out of Libya, the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls the countries engaged in this war for a stronger humanitarian response and more effective protection for the people who are fleeing the conflict.In a briefing paper released today, entitled “From a Rock to a Hard Place: The Neglected Victims of the Conflict in Libya”, MSF highlights the consequences of poor reception conditions and insufficient protection in the countries where they have sought safety.
6-30 | Libya: Aid on the frontlineHaiti: resurgence of choleraJapan: Survivor traumaHIV/AIDS: ARVs for 15 millions patientsFrance: Dangerous amendments
6-23 | A semblance of normalcy has returned to the port city of Misrata in western Libya. Since the anti-government rebels retook the city, boats have been bringing supplies regularly from the eastern city of Benghazi, the rebellion’s putative capital, and stores have reopened their doors.
6-23 | With the European Council scheduled to meet again on Friday to discuss migration issues, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) condemns the terms of the bilateral agreement (memorandum of understanding) signed on June 17 between Italy and the Libyan National Transition Council. The agreement is intended to provide mutual aid and cooperation in the struggle against illegal immigration, specifically by repatriating illegal immigrants.