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      South Africa Unrest: Supporting overstretched health centres and vulnerable communities in the aftermath of the violence
      South Africa
      South Africa Unrest: Supporting overstretched health centres and vulnerable communities in the aftermath of the violence
      After a week of unrest in the KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces, people still feel the effects of the violence with many vulnerable communities – pa...
      War and conflict
      Doctors Without Borders calls on Gilead to fulfil its promise: Scale up access to lifesaving drug
      Doctors Without Borders calls on Gilead to fulfil its promise: Scale up access to lifesaving drug
      Access to affordable liposomal amphotericin B (L-AmB) is crucial to ending cryptococcal meningitis deaths by 2030.
      Access to medicines
      Public health partnership to tackle the silent epidemic of hepatitis C in low- and middle-income countries
      Public health partnership to tackle the silent epidemic of hepatitis C in low- and middle-income countries
      Hepatitis C PACT will work in Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe, collaborating with ‘champion countries’ that are already revolutionizin...
      Hepatitis C
      International humanitarian response insufficient as Hepatitis E cases spread in Sudan's Tigray refugee camps
      Sudan
      International humanitarian response insufficient as Hepatitis E cases spread in Sudan's Tigray refugee camps
      Cases of hepatitis E are spreading across camps in Gedaref and Kassala states, Eastern Sudan, infecting hundreds of refugees from Tigray and posing a ...
      War and conflict
      Doctors Without Borders ambulance service in South-West Cameroon: An essential lifeline in a region beset by violence
      Cameroon
      Doctors Without Borders ambulance service in South-West Cameroon: An essential lifeline in a region beset by violence
      “Where I come from, this crisis has affected many people, people are scared. Some of them have run away from the village, some have run to Nigeria lea...
      War and conflict
      DRC: Doctors Without Borders calls for urgent boost to support survivors of sexual violence
      DR Congo
      DRC: Doctors Without Borders calls for urgent boost to support survivors of sexual violence
      KINSHASA, July 15, 2021 - In a new report, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warns of the lack of support available for survivors...
      Sexual violence
      It takes a whole village: The need of a multiple approach to assist survivors of sexual violence
      DR Congo
      It takes a whole village: The need of a multiple approach to assist survivors of sexual violence
      In light of the magnitude and the impact of the sexual violence in the country, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls on the Co...
      Sexual violence
      Madagascar: Responding to the nutrition crisis in Grand Sud
      Madagascar
      Madagascar: Responding to the nutrition crisis in Grand Sud
      People in southern Madagascar are experiencing an exceptionally acute food and nutrition crisis that is leaving thousands of children severely ill and...
      Malnutrition
      Sierra Leone: Living through epidemics and expanding in challenging times
      Sierra Leone
      Sierra Leone: Living through epidemics and expanding in challenging times
      “When COVID-19 came I was very nervous. I thought it would be another Ebola, which was a death sentence,” says 45-year-old Ira Jonson. Ira was heavily...
      Epidemics and pandemics