East Aleppo

Attacks on medical care

Syria, South Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan, and more; health facilities have been attacked, looted and destroyed.

Patients have been killed in their beds; health workers have been attacked as they rescued the wounded. A hospital is where the most vulnerable, the sick and injured, gather in times of war. Attacks against medical facilities and health workers, whether deliberate or indiscriminate, are part of generalised violence and atrocities committed against civilians in armed conflict. They deprive people of health services, often when they need them the most.

Rounds in Mamfe Distric Hospital

Access to healthcare in Cameroon severely limited as violence and unrest rule

Project Update 29 Jul 2021
The journey of a wounded woman at MSF'SICA hospital in Bangui
Central African Republic

Repeated attacks on medical care leave people vulnerable to disease and death

Press Release 19 Jul 2021
Surviving violence

Four questions on the tumultuous situation in Haiti

Interview 14 Jul 2021
Ethiopia: People in rural Tigray hit by impact of crisis and humanitarian neglect

MSF calls for Tigray murders investigation and safety for humanitarian workers

Press Release 7 Jul 2021
Bukavu Team
In Memoriam

María, Yohannes and Tedros, remembered by their colleagues

Voices from the Field 7 Jul 2021
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About MSF

MSF mourns three colleagues brutally murdered in Ethiopia

Statement 25 Jun 2021
Health at risk in Haiti as crisis and violence worsen

Haiti: Violence puts patients, medical activities, and staff at risk

Press Release 12 Jun 2021
Boost Hospital | Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit

The Continued Struggle to Access Medical Care in Afghanistan

Report 8 Jun 2021
HIV Co-Infection Clinic - Yangon

All parties must ensure unimpeded access to healthcare in Myanmar

Press Release 28 May 2021
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