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.

Cholera vaccination campaign in Enyenge, Southwest Cameroon
Attacks on medical care

Four months on, an ongoing nightmare for MSF colleagues detained in South-West Cameroon

Project Update 28 Apr 2022
Eastern Ukraine Mobile Clinics - Vodiane Village
War in Ukraine

Area around hospitals, houses, bombed in Mykolaiv

Press Release 5 Apr 2022
Lita's general hospital
Democratic Republic of Congo

Violence and sense of impunity force stop to lifesaving care

Press Release 21 Mar 2022
MSF Clinic: inpatient department and surgical capacity, Gogrial, Warrap State. South Sudan
South Sudan

Access to medical care undermined following robbery of MSF staff in Yei

Press Release 1 Mar 2022
The journey of a wounded woman at MSF'SICA hospital in Bangui
Central African Republic

A visual journey through a year of renewed violence in an old conflict

Project Update 17 Dec 2021
Nizi, Ituri, DR Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo

Insecurity leaves people deprived of basic medical care in Ituri province

Press Release 26 Nov 2021
Barsalogho IDP camp
Burkina Faso

Healthcare centre burnt down amid surge of violence in Foube

Project Update 23 Nov 2021
Angumu, DR Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo

Activities suspended in Ituri health district following attack on vehicle

Press Release 30 Oct 2021
Operating Theatre | Boost Hospital - Lashkar Gah

As violence soars across Afghanistan access to healthcare is dangerously limited

Project Update 10 Aug 2021
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