Relief items distribution

Indian generic companies should reject Gilead’s controversial hepatitis C programme Programme could compromise patient treatment and privacy rights Ahead of a meeting in Jaipur, India this week between US pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences and several Indian companies which have entered into an...
Thousands of people fleeing violence in the contested border area between Sudan and South Sudan are in desperate need of food, water and medical care. MSF has launched an emergency intervention to assist them as they arrive, mostly empty-handed, in Northern Bahr el Ghazal state in South Sudan,...
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to improve sanitation and treating conditions including respiratory infections and water-borne diseases. The Philippines continues to recover after severe flooding caused catastrophic damage in early August. MSF is providing emergency medical assistance in...
As conflict in Syria reaches critical levels, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has donated a cargo of relief items and medical supplies – including surgical and first aid kits – to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in Damascus. This delivery complements the tons of medical supplies and relief items...
Following reports of increased arrivals of migrants in the Aegean Islands in the last two weeks, an MSF team visited the islands of Samos, Leros and Simi between the 30thof August and 4th of September to assess the situation. During the visit, MSF ensured the provision of medical services and...
“What we are facing is an extremely serious situation” About 100,000 refugees fleeing the fighting in the Sudanese state of Blue Nile have taken refuge in Maban County in South Sudan. They are weak and exhausted after their long trip. In the camp of Batil, home for 34,000 people, malnutrition is...
With continued tension and unrest in Rakhine Sate, Myanmar, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is seriously concerned that those people most affected by violence and deep communal divisions, are unable to receive medical treatment. MSF was forced to suspend most of its medical activities in Rakhine...
MSF warns of dire medical needs in overcrowded and under-prepared refugee camps Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warns of dire medical consequences as tens of thousands of new refugees crossing from Sudan into South Sudan find refugee camps full and unable to provide the basic life-sustaining...
The United Nations and Syrian authorities have finally agreed to implement a humanitarian aid plan. This represents progress. Under the terms of the agreement reached last week, a few humanitarian organisations and agencies (actors already operating in Syria and working with Iraqi refugees) must be...
Burkina Faso : A constant flow of refugees Chad : Malnutrition rates soar South Sudan : Aid needed before the rains starts CAR : A new lease of life
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