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      Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
      Sudan
      Sudan: Putting refugees on the map
      When it comes to reaching vulnerable people in a crisis, our teams rely on accurate, up-to-date maps. However these can be hard to come by. Mapping sp...
      Refugees
      Medical care in Kunduz, Afghanistan: Making it work
      Afghanistan
      Medical care in Kunduz, Afghanistan: Making it work
      Fighting in the city of Kunduz in north-eastern Afghanistan ended on 8 August. During the clashes, Doctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (...
      Surgery and trauma care
      War and conflict
      Afghanistan: “Treating patients is our responsibility. There’s a lot of work on our shoulders.”
      Afghanistan
      Afghanistan: “Treating patients is our responsibility. There’s a lot of work on our shoulders.”
      After months of fighting on the outskirts of Herat in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, also known as the Taliban, took control of the ...
      War and conflict
      Love Without Frontiers
      Cambodia
      Love Without Frontiers
      Yoeuth Yoeun is visibly shaken by her memories. Her husband, Chamroeun Ros, is sitting next to her in their family home in Banteay Meanchey province, ...
      Refugees
      Opinion: We Rohingya refugees could simply become invisible
      Bangladesh
      Opinion: We Rohingya refugees could simply become invisible
      The longer we stay in Bangladesh, the likelier our plight will slip from the international agenda.
      Rohingya refugee crisis
      Afghanistan: Uncertainty, but still full hospitals
      Afghanistan
      Afghanistan: Uncertainty, but still full hospitals
      After the rapid transfer of power in Afghanistan there has been a big shift in the health context. Doctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (...
      War and conflict
      OpEd: Will we talk to the Taliban? Why not, we always have
      Afghanistan
      OpEd: Will we talk to the Taliban? Why not, we always have
      On Sunday, August 15, after months of intense fighting, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA, also known as the Taliban) entered the capital city o...
      War and conflict
      Haiti: After the earthquake, a surgical team works nonstop
      Haiti
      Haiti: After the earthquake, a surgical team works nonstop
      Xavier Kernizan is an orthopedic surgeon who normally works at Doctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)'s Tabarre hospital in Port-au-P...
      Emergency response
      Natural disasters
      Surgery and trauma care
      South Sudan: A record of the consequences of violence since independence
      South Sudan
      South Sudan: A record of the consequences of violence since independence
      On 9 July 2021, the Republic of South Sudan marked its tenth birthday. This significant milestone is also marred by the bloody legacy of its first dec...
      War and conflict