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Cameroon, Nigeria

“Nothing to drink and nowhere to sleep”

More than 35,000 Nigerians have crossed into Cameroon in recent weeks following an upsurge in violence around the northeast Nigerian town of Rann.
Olivier Pirot

Democratic Republic of the Congo

MSF Head of Mission: facing challenges

Olivier Pirot's testimony, Head of Mission for MSF from September to December 2018 in DRC.

Nine countries and 7,000km

Asad is from Somalia and he was forced to flee his country because his life was in grave danger. Asad’s shocking story is typical of the ordeal faced by thousands of people who, their lives in danger, try to claim their right to asylum.


Tuberculosis treatment: contestation to prevent J&J from extending monopoly

The patent prevents the production of affordable generic versions.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ten thousand people living in desperate conditions in northeastern DRC

One year later, 10,000 displaced people are still living in informal settlements in the Nizi region under extremely precarious conditions.


French-Spanish border: migrants trapped in relentless cycle of rejection

Although close to 1,000 kilometres separate the Italian border from the Spanish border in the Basque country, rights’ violations and French police methods are much the same.


The 5 things we've found after one million consultations in Cox’s Bazar

Between August 2017 and December 2018, MSF teams provided more than one million medical consultations to refugees and the local community, in Cox’s Bazar peninsula.


Unacceptable investigation findings into Abs health centre bombing

MSF is dismayed by several findings of the team appointed by the Saudi and Emirati-led Coalition (SELC) to investigate the bombing of an MSF cholera treatment centre (CTC) in Abs, Yemen, on 11 June 2018.


A week at the heart of the conflict

Seven short videos illustrate the devastating situation in Yemen, through the eyes of our staff and patients.

Greece, Sierra Leone

Research on User Fee Challenges & Rehabilitation for Victims of Violence

In January, LuxOR facilitated a training focused on qualitative research. In just seven days, the five participants developed research protocols to investigate questions from the field, ranging from HIV treatment in South Africa to care for survivors of torture in Greece.