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    Ukraine Crisis: Emergency Response

    Doctors Without Borders is responding to the unfolding crisis in Ukraine. Since the outbreak of fighting across the country, our teams have been working to mount a response to meet urgent needs.

    Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) is an international, independent medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters.

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    Haiti: A wave of violence in Port-au-Prince
    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.
    Hong Kong: The elderly and vulnerable groups must not be isolated in any future outbreak response
    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 el...
    Dreams and detours: How I became a Doctors Without Borders nurse
    Dreams and detours: How I became a Doctors Without Borders nurse
    From childhood dreams to the frontline of humanitarian healthcare, Filipina nurse Ji shares the less thanstraight forward path that l...
    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 May
    Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
    Madagascar: Struggling for water across Great South
    Obtaining water for drinking, cooking and washing is an everyday struggle for people in Ma...
    Maternal Health in Emergency Settings
    Maternal Health in Emergency Settings
    For women who live in crisis settings, maternal health issues can be fatal.
    Iraq: Maternal Health Services Remain Insufficient in Mosul
    Iraq: Maternal Health Services Remain Insufficient in Mosul
    It is a rainy morning in the Al-Nahwaran neighbourhood of Iraq’s second city Mosul and a group of women are lining up in front of...
    Sudan: Violent attacks on medical facilities in West Darfur
    Sudan: Violent attacks on medical facilities in West Darfur
    Violent attacks on communities, medical facilities looted and healthcare workers killed in Kreneik and El Genei...

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