7-28 | Since last weekend, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders is seeing a significant increase in the number patients wounded by stray bullets in its medical facilities in the capital. Since the start of violent clashes between armed groups in the peripheral neighborhoods, MSF’s Emergency Center in Turgeau has seen almost 80 people with gunshot wounds, most of them by stray bullets.
7-15 | Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is taking the difficult decision to close our project bases in Kumba and Mamfe, in the South-West region of Cameroon. This decision will take effect as of 1 August and will result in the termination of contracts of the majority of our staff.This closure follows the suspension of MSF activities three months ago.
7-13 | Thousands of people are trapped without drinking water, food or medical care in an isolated area of the Cité Soleil neighbourhood of Port-au-Prince as armed groups battle for control of the area, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warned today, calling on armed groups to spare civilians and humanitarian organisations to respond to the urgent needs of the population.
7-4 | Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) calls on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to renew the cross-border resolution (UNSCR 2585) expiring on the 10th of July 2022 for the provision of humanitarian aid into northwest Syria.Around 60% of people residing in this area, more than half of whom are internally displaced, risk losing access to desperately needed humanitarian and medical aid if the resolution is not renewed.
6-24 | On 24 June 2021, three Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) staff members were killed in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. MSF has searched for answers to why they were killed and by whom ever since. Paula Gil, the president of MSF Spain, issues the following statement, one year on.Today marks the one-year anniversary of the tragic loss of three of our colleagues, María Hernández Matas, Tedros Gebremariam Gebremichael and Yohannes Halefom Reda, who were killed while providing lifesaving support to people in the war-torn area of Tigray in Ethiopia.