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[IN FOCUS] Safeguarding access to healthcare during COVID-19

MSF is very concerned how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect people in countries with already fragile health systems.
Libye. Détention. Enfermement.

Libya

Trading in suffering: detention, exploitation and abuse

The desperate situation of thousands of people, condemned to languish in detention centres or left to survive on their own outside, trapped in an endless cycle of violence.
Syrie. Guerre. Conflit.

Syria

In northwestern Syria's Idlib province

More than 948,000 people have been displaced by bombing and shelling on Idlib province since 1 December 2019.
Mitarbeiter ziehen die Schutzkleidung im Ebola Behandlungszentrum von Bikoro, DRC,an. © Louise Annaud/MSF

Democratic Republic of the Congo

DRC Ebola outbreaks

On 1 August 2018, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) declared an outbreak of Ebola in the northeast, the second outbreak of the disease in the country of the year.
An Aquarius search and rescue mission on 1 November 2017. The team retrieved more than 500 people from three overloaded rubber boats in distress that day, but an unknown number remained missing, presumed drowned. © Maud Veith/SOS Méditerranée

Libya, Mediterranean Sea

Mediterranean migration

Every year, thousands of people fleeing war, persecution and poverty at home attempt the treacherous journey across the Mediterranean. Countless lives are lost on the way.

1999-2019: 20 Years of Advocacy in Action

MSF’s Access Campaign marks 20 years of work to secure access to affordable medicines, diagnostics and vaccines, and to stimulate medical innovation that answers public health needs.
Enfants dans un centre de rétention. Libye, septembre 2018. © Sara Creta/MSF

A year in pictures 2018

MSF's Pictures of the Year collection looks back on a year of providing medical care in extreme conditions and contexts across the globe.

Bangladesh, Myanmar

Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted minorities in the world.

Migrant Lives at Risk

More than 68.5 million people worldwide have been forcibly displaced.

Syria

Seven years of increasing suffering

Millions of people are in desperate need of lifesaving humanitarian aid.

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