4-19 | Since January 2010, MSF has been running a kala azar treatment centre in the state of Al-Gedaref in eastern Sudan. We talk to the doctor in charge of the project.
2-16 | Regarding some media reporting that Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) was expelled from South Darfur, Sudan on 14 February, MSF clarifies that it is not correct and MSF continues to provide independent medical and humanitarian assistance in both North and South Darfur.In North Darfur MSF provides primary and secondary medical aid to thousands of people in Kaguro, Dar Zaghawa, Tawila, and Shangil Tobaya - including paediatric and reproductive healthcare and counselling services.
2-7 | MSF teams respond to immediate medical needsRenewed fighting in North Darfur state during the last two months, between government and opposition groups, has forced thousands of families to flee from their villages, says the international medical humanitarian organization, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). MSF teams are now providing medical humanitarian assistance to the newly displaced people who are living in precarious conditions in several camps in Shangil Tobaya, Dar Alsalam, and Tabit.
Sudan: “Whatever the outcome of the referendum, access to care remains an absolute priority in Abyei”
1-6 | While the whole world is interested in South Sudan’s political situation ahead of the referendum on self-determination, the region is in the midst of a humanitarian and medical crisis. More than 75% of the population does not have access to basic health care. Upon his return from Abyei and Agok, Laurent LIGOZAT, deputy director of operations, offers his thoughts.
1-3 | On December 31, 2010, the international medical humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), will hand over the reproductive health unit in Tagadom Hospital - in the Sudanese city of Port Sudan - to the Ministry of Health.