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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.

The Luxembourg section of MSF was created in 1986 and houses the operational research unit, known as LuxOR (Luxembourg Operational Research).

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Our activity in 2023

Conflict was a major driver of human suffering and vulnerability in 2023, causing many thousands of deaths worldwide and displacing record numbers of people. As in previous years, assisting communities affected by violence was a significant component of MSF programmes. We also responded to disasters and disease outbreaks, and worked to improve healthcare for refugees, migrants and other marginalised people.

In Luxembourg, MSF was able to count on the support of nearly 27,000 active donors for more than 9.6 million euros raised, 85% of which went towards our social mission.

In 2023, your support was invaluable, because it alone enabled us to take action.

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Critical shortage of medical supplies in MSF-supported facilities across GazaDonate
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Critical shortage of medical supplies in MSF-supported facilities across Gaza

Guillemette Thomas explains the critical shortages of essential medicines and equipment facing our teams, as we have not been able to deliver medical supplies to Gaza since the end of April.
 “Everything is missing, even the idea of a future”Donate
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“Everything is missing, even the idea of a future”

Davide Musardo, MSF psychologist, recently left Gaza where he helped Gazans address the various mental health symptoms they are facing. Below he reflects on the haunting memories of people living through an unbearable reality.
Lassa Fever Detection: Recent Findings Show Rapid Diagnostic Test Falls Short in Abakaliki, Nigeria

Lassa Fever Detection: Recent Findings Show Rapid Diagnostic Test Falls Short in Abakaliki, Nigeria

Field valuation of PanLassa Rapid Test coordinated by LuxOR Shows Inadequate Sensitivity and User-Friendliness for Lassa Fever in Real-World Conditions.
La protection des frontières en Grèce ne doit pas se faire au détriment des vies humaines, avertit MSF

La protection des frontières en Grèce ne doit pas se faire au détriment des vies humaines, avertit MSF

Les arrivées par mer en Grèce augmentent, alors que les politiques de l'UE sont devenues plus restrictives, limitant les voies d'accès sûres pour les demandeurs d'asile et créant des conditions où les ressources manquent dans les centres d'accueil.
Sudan war is exacerbating humanitarian needs in neighbouring South Sudan, warns MSF

Sudan war is exacerbating humanitarian needs in neighbouring South Sudan, warns MSF

The ongoing war in Sudan is drastically increasing people’s needs across the border in South Sudan, alerts MSF. MSF calls for an immediate scale-up of lifesaving aid for refugees and returnees fleeing the war and for the communities hosting them.

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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.

Where are we?

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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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