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      Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince
      Haiti
      Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince
      In the capital of Haiti, 96 people with gunshot wounds received by Doctors Without Borders in recent weeks.
      violen
      Hong Kong: The elderly and vulnerable groups must not be isolated in any future outbreak response
      Hong Kong
      Hong Kong: The elderly and vulnerable groups must not be isolated in any future outbreak response
      Amidst the 5th wave of COVID-19 infections in Hong Kong, the magnitude and severity of the crisis left the elderly and vulnerable groups isolated and ...
      COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease)
      Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
      Madagascar
      Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
      Obtaining water for drinking, cooking and washing is an everyday struggle for people in Madagascar’s Great South. Periods of drought – extremely frequ...
      Doctors Without Borders and its partners’ TB PRACTECAL Clinical Trial will be included in the updated WHO global guidance on treatment
      Doctors Without Borders and its partners’ TB PRACTECAL Clinical Trial will be included in the updated WHO global guidance on treatment
      Geneva, 3 May2022 - Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) are pleased that,having shared the results of TBPRACTECAL, our clinical t...
      Access to medicines
      Tuberculosis (TB)
      Cameroon: Four months on, an ongoing nightmare for Doctors Without Borders colleagues detained in South-West Cameroon
      Cameroon
      Cameroon: Four months on, an ongoing nightmare for Doctors Without Borders colleagues detained in South-West Cameroon
      Four months ago today, Marguerite M. and Ashu D. plunged into a nightmare which continues. They are Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (...
      Northern Syria: Ineffective COVID-19 vaccine system has hampered vaccination
      Syria
      Northern Syria: Ineffective COVID-19 vaccine system has hampered vaccination
      The COVID-19 vaccine Humanitarian Buffer (HB) is failing its mission to support populations hit by the pandemic and struggling to have access to immun...
      Access to medicines
      COVID-19 vaccines
      South Africa: Thousands experiencing difficult access to water after KwaZulu-Natal’s devastating flash floods
      South Africa
      South Africa: Thousands experiencing difficult access to water after KwaZulu-Natal’s devastating flash floods
      Following the catastrophic flash flooding in the eThekwini region in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal Province, Doctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Fro...
      Natural disasters
      Sudan: Violent attacks on medical facilities in West Darfur
      Sudan
      Sudan: Violent attacks on medical facilities in West Darfur
      Violent attacks on communities, medical facilities looted and healthcare workers killed in Kreneik and El Geneina.Bakri Abubakr, Doctors Without Borde...
      War and conflict
      Doctors Without Borders commits to reduce carbon emissions to help safeguard the health of the most vulnerable
      Doctors Without Borders commits to reduce carbon emissions to help safeguard the health of the most vulnerable
      The climate emergency is a threat to the future of our planet and the health and well-being of people around the world. The communities we assist are ...