Cholera outbreak in Yemen
419,804 suspect cases were identified between April 27 and July 28, 2017.
Iraq, the impact of the war
Throughout the year 2016, there has been a constant movement of people fleeing from fighting zones or returning to newly recovered areas.
Hepatitis C: The cost of eradicating the disease
It costs around one hundred euros to manufacture a course of sofosbuvir treatment. Simply put, the price of a gram of sofosbuvir costs 67 times more than a gram of gold.
A month in focus
Each month a retrospective of MSF work.
2016 : A year in pictures
We look back on a tumultuous year that has seen an unbeatable spirit of survival and care shine through.
Pneumonia kills thousands of children every year : we ask for a Fair Shot
For the the World Pneumonia Day, this Saturday, November 12th, discover MSF vaccination campaign in Bangassou, a small town in Central African Republic (CAR).
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
MSF teams are treating people for cholera, injuries and other medical conditions and are providing support to medical facilities in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
Fiercest bombings in Aleppo
More than 250,000 people are trapped in the bloody battleground in eastern Aleppo, which has come under siege over the past couple of weeks. Residents have been living through the fiercest bombardment of the five-year civil war in Syria.
Stop bombing hospitals
On 3 October 2015, U.S. airstrikes killed 42 people and destroyed the MSF trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. In the past year, there have been a further 77 attacks on medical facilities run and supported by MSF in Syria and Yemen. Violence against medical help should stop.
Yellow fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes.