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“We keep on losing patients”: Medical staff at breaking point by unrelenting waves of injured and killed in Gaza.Donate
War Gaza-IsraelTestimonies7/23/2024

“We keep on losing patients”: Medical staff at breaking point by unrelenting waves of injured and killed in Gaza.

Relentless bombings and airstrikes by Israeli forces continue to kill hundreds of people across Gaza, while medical staff in hospitals are stretched to their limits trying to provide care to the critically injured. In July alone, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams have responded to multiple mass casualty incidents at Nasser hospital, in south Gaza, Palestine. Javid Abdelmoneim, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) medical team leader, describes a day in the life at the last remaining hospital in southern Gaza.
‘A war on people’ – MSF report reveals catastrophic toll of violence in Sudan   Donate

‘A war on people’ – MSF report reveals catastrophic toll of violence in Sudan

Amsterdam, 22 July 2024 - The war in Sudan has led to a collapse in the protection of civilians with communities facing indiscriminate violence, killings, torture and sexual violence amid persistent attacks on health workers and medical facilities according to a report released by Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) today.
Myanmar: MSF teams face major obstacles providing medical care to communities in Rakhine state
MyanmarAll news7/12/2024

Myanmar: MSF teams face major obstacles providing medical care to communities in Rakhine state

This June 2024, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) was forced to indefinitely suspend its medical humanitarian activities in northern Rakhine following the extreme escalation of conflict and burning down of MSF’s office in Buthidaung Township.
Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan
AfghanistanAll news7/11/2024

Treating malnutrition in Afghanistan

Afghanistan's dire economic situation means that most people who would previously have been able to afford treatment in private clinics are now dependent on health centers supported by international organizations.
Urgent call for Europe to improve treatment access for tuberculosis

Urgent call for Europe to improve treatment access for tuberculosis

Joanna Ladomirska, MSF’s Medical Coordinator in Poland, explained to MSF Luxembourg the catalytic effects of tuberculosis in migration contexts at EU level due to problems of availability, affordability and standard of treatments.
Attack on Okhmatdyt Children's Hospital in KyivDonate

Attack on Okhmatdyt Children's Hospital in Kyiv

"It is unacceptable that patients cannot feel safe and receive treatment within the walls of a hospital," said Christopher Stokes, emergency coordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières in Ukraine.
No end in sight: The repeated trauma of displacement for people in GazaDonate
War Gaza-IsraelPalestineTestimonies7/10/2024

No end in sight: The repeated trauma of displacement for people in Gaza

Since October 7, 2024, at least 38,000 Palestinians, more than half of them women and children, have been killed and 87,000 others have been injured. However, testimonies from MSF staff and patients, clearly show that nowhere is safe in Gaza.