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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is one of the world's leading international medical humanitarian organisations. We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflicts, epidemics, disasters or exclusion from healthcare in 74 countries. For over 50 years, our actions have been guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality.

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Round table on migration in Europe, Thursday 30 May 2024.

MSF is inviting Luxembourg eurodéputées to debate the consequences of European policies on migration. Come along to this event on Thursday 30 May at 7pm at the Cercle Cité in Luxembourg.

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L'Assemblée Générale de MSF Luxembourg : Nouveaux défis et perspectives
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L'Assemblée Générale de MSF Luxembourg : Nouveaux défis et perspectives

Le 4 mai 2024, Médecins Sans Frontières a tenu la 38ème édition de son Assemblée Générale au centre culturel Drescherhaus, réunissant 62 participants. Cette AG a été marquée par de nouvelles élections et des discussions approfondies sur les défis humanitaires actuels.
Afghanistan: Measles surge necessitates strengthening of prevention measures
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Afghanistan: Measles surge necessitates strengthening of prevention measures

In the first four months of 2024, MSF saw a surge in measles cases in facilities it runs or supports in three provinces of Afghanistan, affecting many babies and young children.Cases of measles are reported annually, but this year’s spike is worrying
Increased surgical needs among women and children in Niono
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Increased surgical needs among women and children in Niono

In this MSF-supported surgery service, 69% of all operations carried out over the last four months have been on women and children, reflecting the toll this conflict takes on this population.
West Bank: Violence and restrictions increasing in the shadows of warDonate

West Bank: Violence and restrictions increasing in the shadows of war

With this increasing violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, MSF teams are trying to bridge the gap between healthcare services and patients' needs, by running mobile clinics, with teams traveling to where the patients are.
Yet another hospital in Gaza forced to close amid the intensified Israeli offensive in RafahDonate

Yet another hospital in Gaza forced to close amid the intensified Israeli offensive in Rafah

MSF has seen a pattern of systematic attacks against medical facilities and civilian infrastructure since the beginning of the war. In light of this,as well as the advancing offensive, we've made the decision to leave Rafah Indonesian Field hospital.
Strikes, raids and incursions: Seven months of relentless attacks on healthcare in the Occupied Palestinian TerritoriesDonate

Strikes, raids and incursions: Seven months of relentless attacks on healthcare in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

In the last seven months the healthcare system in the Gaza Strip has been systematically dismantled. According to OCHA, 24 hospitals in Gaza are now out of service, while 493 health workers have been killed.

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We go where it hurts.

Médecins Sans Frontières is present in over 70 countries worldwide. We are driven by impact, not media visibility. We go where it hurts, where our teams in the field can make the most significant difference. It's on these themes that we're launching an awareness-raising campaign across Luxembourg that aims to reveal forgotten crises, those places in the world where needs are crying out but attention is rare.

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Epidemics & vaccines

Where people still die from diseases that no longer kill elsewhere.

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Forgotten crises

Where everyone has forgotten you're there.

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Conflicts

Where running away isn't even an option.
 

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Cancers

Where we have the same cancers, but not the same treatments.

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