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Venezuela, Paludisme, Hygiène, Eau et assainissement, MSF

Venezuela

Witnessing the needs and acting upon it

Estifanos Debasu, a Water, Sanitation & Hygiene specialist, describes the situation he witnessed in one of the country’s biggest states, Bolivar.
Syrie, MSF, greffe de rein, traitement, conflit
Dr. Mohammad Al Youssef

Syria

Beyond trauma injuries

Mohammad Al Youssef is a Syrian doctor. For the past five years, he has been working with MSF, to provide life-saving treatment for people who have received a kidney transplant.
Yemen MSF Sana'a

Yemen

Still no sign of change for a population on the frontline

Parties to the conflict in Yemen do not respect international humanitarian law. As a result, civilians are being injured, killed and displaced at an alarming rate.
Ea et assainissement Choléra Cameroun MSF
MSF épidémiologiste Cameroun Choléra
Franck Ale

Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria

How to identify the causes of an epidemic and respond strategically

Franck Ale, a member of a regional team of epidemiologists based in Dakar, explains the challenges of epidemiological surveillance to support MSF's work and counter cholera epidemics.

Nigeria

Children in displacement camps need immediate protection

Severine Courtiol Eguiluz, MSF advocacy manager in Nigeria, talks about the urgent needs of the displaced people and the challenges MSF faces in providing them with the necessary protection, especially children who have lived most of their lives in the protracted conflict.
MSF DRC Ebola

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Tenth Ebola outbreak in DRC still rages, one year on

It’s been more than one year on since the tenth outbreak of Ebola in the DRC was declared.Trish Newport, deputy manager of MSF’s Ebola programmes in the DRC, reflects on the outbreak and the response over the past year.

Niger

“In the middle of nowhere, with no food or water”

MSF is offers medical-humanitarian assistance along key migration routes in the region of Agadez.
MSF Grèce Méditerranée Migrants

Libya, Mediterranean Sea

Lybia shipwreck - there are no words to describe their suffering

“You can’t even imagine how these people are suffering. Once you are in the middle of it – when you try to put words to it – then you realise that there are no words to describe their suffering.”
Libye. Frappe aérienne. Tajoura.
Sam Turner

Libya

“A night in which our worst fears would come to pass”

“These are the words of a Libyan MSF doctor following the fatal airstrike on Tajoura detention centre late at night on 2 July. It is a night that will forever remain etched in this doctor’s memory – and the memories of all MSF staff in Libya – as a horrific nightmare.”
MSF RDC Ebola

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ebola in the DRC: “it is time to expand access to vaccines”

Isabelle Defourny, MSF's Director of Operations, answers your questions about the importance of vaccination during an Ebola outbreak.

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