MSF joins Europe-wide action challenging patent on key hepatitis C drug
Patent opposition aims to increase affordable access to hepatitis C drug sofosbuvir for millions.
In Mosul, everyone is in danger
«Every day, in the MSF hospitals, we witness the most appalling injuries inflicted by this war.»
Cholera outbreak threatens to get out of control
The number of suspected cases has more than doubled in the past five days, from 11,000 on 14 May to more than 23,500 on 19 May.
Balkans route : degrading treatment suffered by migrants
The closure of the Balkans route in March 2016 and the EU/Turkey deal has led to a stupefying increase in violence committed by the security forces on the borders.
MSF strongly condemns the aerial bombing of a camp for displaced people in Rann
At least 120 people were wounded and 52 killed today in a bombing by the Nigerian Army on a camp for internally displaced people in Rann.
Thousands in extreme destitution
Over a month after hurricane Matthew, assistance for people in need must once more be redoubled.
Return of refugees to Somalia in current conditions ‘inhumane and irresponsible’
As the announced closure of the world’s largest refugee camp draws closer, and thousands begin the return to war-ravaged Somalia, MSF is calling for other alternatives to be urgently considered by the Government of Kenya and the UNHCR, supported by donor countries.
Disastrous living conditions more deadly than violence
Conflict-affected populations in Borno state need emergency food aid now.
MSF Welcomes GSK's Decision to Lower Price of Pneumonia Vaccine
MSF calls on Pfizer to match GSK’s move and offer the humanitarian community the lowest global price for this lifesaving vaccine
MSF response to attacks on aid convoy
MSF is deeply shocked by the 19 September attack on an aid convoy aiming to help people in need in Aleppo governorate, Syria.