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      Madagascar: Ongoing assessments after Cyclone Batsirai
      Madagascar
      Madagascar: Ongoing assessments after Cyclone Batsirai
      Tropical cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar on February 5. According to the National Risk and Disaster Management Office (BNGRC), the initial toll amount...
      Natural disasters
      Nigeria: Prevention is key to stop children from dying of lead poisoning
      Nigeria
      Nigeria: Prevention is key to stop children from dying of lead poisoning
      Doctors Without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has handed over its lead poisoning project in Zamfara, northern Nigeria, to state authorities....
      Eswatini: Tackling COVID-19 vaccination barriers in hard-to-reach areas
      Eswatini
      Eswatini: Tackling COVID-19 vaccination barriers in hard-to-reach areas
      With COVID-19 vaccination coverage at around 28 per cent in Eswatini, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to support t...
      COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease)
      Afghanistan: Expanding access to urgently needed maternal health care
      Afghanistan
      Afghanistan: Expanding access to urgently needed maternal health care
      Against the backdrop of political and economic crisis and a health care system on the brink of collapse, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Front...
      Maternal health
      Women’s health
      Cambodia: Treating hep C, from an innovative project to fruitful avenues for other countries
      Cambodia
      Cambodia: Treating hep C, from an innovative project to fruitful avenues for other countries
      Between 2016 and 2021, Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams developed a care programme for hepatitis C virus (HCV) patients ...
      Hepatitis C
      Women and girls face greater dangers during COVID-19 pandemic
      Women and girls face greater dangers during COVID-19 pandemic
      The COVID-19 pandemic is having potentially catastrophic secondary impacts on the health of women and girls around the world. Decisions made at every ...
      Women’s health
      Cancer in Mali: “My hope is to be able to treat women in time”
      Mali
      Cancer in Mali: “My hope is to be able to treat women in time”
      On the occasion of World Cancer Day on February 4th, health workers from Mali’s Ministry of Health and Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontiè...
      Non-communicable diseases
      Yemen: Thousands desperate for help in conflict-hit Marib
      Yemen
      Yemen: Thousands desperate for help in conflict-hit Marib
      “We don’t have blankets to cover ourselves,” says Aafia, one of thousands internally displaced people sheltering in Yemen’s Marib governorate. “My chi...
      War and conflict
      Palestine: Burn injuries, a chronic health problem in Gaza
      Palestine
      Palestine: Burn injuries, a chronic health problem in Gaza
      In the Doctors Without Borders clinic in Khan Younis, in southern Gaza, four physiotherapists get ready for a busy day. They wear personal protective ...