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Cette semaine, une équipe MSF s'est rendue dans la province marocaine de Chichaoua, pour évaluer les besoins des personnes vivant dans les villages isolés touchés par le fort séisme qui a frappé le pays le 8 septembre 2023 © MSF


Morocco: MSF's eye-witness account of earthquake's impact

This week, an MSF team travelled to Morocco's Chichaoua Province, located in Marrakesh-Safi, to evaluate the needs of the people living in the isolated villages affected by the strong earthquake that struck the country on the night of Friday to Saturday 8 to 9 September 2023.
Une famille de réfugiés éthiopiens de Khartoum au camp d'Um Rakuba au Soudan oriental, composée d'un père, d'une mère et de leur fils de 11 ans. Juillet 2023 © MSF


Refugees' Journey from Khartoum to the Camps in East Sudan

“The horrifying scenes in Khartoum will forever haunt me”. For Ethiopian refugees like Salim* and Qamar*, who had already experienced escaping violence in their homeland, their journey from Khartoum to east Sudan, where MSF is providing medical and emergency support, was fraught with risks.
Visual from the documentary series "Caught in the crossfire "


The living hell of Port-au-Prince

Two years after the assassination of Haitian president Jovenel Moïse, the city of Port-au-Prince continues its descent into violence, that has been illustrated in three episodes for the documentary series, “Haiti, caught in the crossfire”.

Central African Republic

Everyone arrives exhausted from Sudan, and many children are ill

In recent weeks, thousands of people fleeing the conflict in Sudan have sought refuge in northern Central African Republic (CAR). Issa Moussa, deputy head of mission for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), is coordinating MSF’s emergency response in Birao. Here, Moussa explains how MSF is adapting to provide medical support to Sudanese refugees in CAR.
Hôpital détruit à Lyman, dans la région de Donetsk. ©Colin Delfosse
Christos Chistou, Président International de Médecins Sans Frontières  ©MSF/Pierre-Yves Bernard
Christos Christou

G7 Countries Must Commit to Safeguarding Humanitarian Assistance

Ahead of the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan, Dr Christos Christou, International President of the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières, urges the leaders of the G7 countries to make a long-term commitment to safeguarding humanitarian assistance despite highly polarized conflicts and tensions across continents.


An update on the chaotic situation of a wartime health system

War in Sudan has put a strain on an already fragile health system. Dr Khalid Elsheikh Ahmedana reports on the situation in Khartoum, the country's capital.


MSF is assessing and scaling up its activities in Sudan

MSF supported facilities continue to provide medical care in Sudan, in Kreinik, West Darfur, in Rokero, Central Darfur, in Um Rakuba and Tinedba, Gedaref state and in Damazin, Blue Nile State. In El Fasher, North Darfur State, the MSF supported hospital continues to receive large numbers of wounded people. The teams are working around the clock to treat the injured – 410 people have so far made it to the hospital for treatment, the only health facility operational in the city and around 55 conflict-related deaths have been recorded. MSF was also able to make donations of supplies in Khartoum.


Donation of medical supplies to support hospitals in Sudan

Dr Ghazali Babiker, MSF's Sudan Country Representative, and his team in Khartoum donated supplies to a hospital that has received a large number of wounded since the fighting began on 15 April. This is the third donation we have been able to make since Sunday 23 April. However, while they were at the warehouse putting the supplies into the ambulance that would take them to the hospital, air strikes and shelling began, and they had to take cover until everything was finished. He narrates.


Catastrophic situation in sudan

There is currently heavy fighting in El Fasher. We are still hearing gunfire from our compound as I speak. It is very unsafe because of the shooting and the shelling – there have been large numbers of civilian casualties.


Yemen: humanitarian needs form a perfect storm.

Since the onset of war in Yemen approximately eight years ago, tens of thousands of people have been killed or injured, and more than four million have been displaced. MSF international president Dr. Christos Christou recounts what he saw during a recent visit to Yemen