Central African Republic

26 patients treated with machete and gunshot wounds in Bouca by MSF teams The medical-humanitarian organisation MSF denounces the targeting of civilian population in a new wave of violence erupted in Bouca, 325 km. north of Bangui, in Central African Republic (CAR). MSF treated 26 people, injured...
Access Campaign As negotiations for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement moved to Malaysia, MSF urged negotiating countries to remove terms that could adversely affect access to affordable medicines by people from developing countries, choke off production of generic medicines, and constrain...
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MSF calls on the international community to respond to urgent medical and humanitarian needs Three months after Seleka forces seized power in Central African Republic (CAR), the country is in the grip of a humanitarian emergency while the international community looks on with indifference, warned...
Central African Republic (CAR) MSF teams in Batangafo distributed essential items, including plastic sheeting, mosquito nets and blankets to more than five thousand people who were forced to flee their villages after they were burned down during heavy fighting with nomadic herdsmen coming from Chad...
Yemen Although HIV is not a major epidemic in the country (prevalence is estimated at about 0.2 per cent of the population), people living with HIV face stigma and discrimination almost everywhere; and because of the lack of knowledge by the medical personnel, even in some health facilities. Since...
Afghanistan MSF strongly condemns violence against humanitarian workers and facilities following the attack on an office of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Jalalabad on 29 May. Central African Republic Three months after a coup d’etat, MSF has opened a new emergency health...
Three months after a coup d’etat in the Central African Republic, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) continues to scale up activities to respond to ten of thousands of people who have been left without access to basic healthcare. MSF has opened a new emergency health project in Bossangoa, north of the...
Central African Republic MSF teams have been targeted and suffered many robberies and threats while MSF facilities were looted. Teams in Batangafo and Kabo were evacuated due to insecurity, leaving the population without medical care. MSF calls on the new government of the country to restore order...
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), targeted by armed groups, calls on the new government to take responsibility and restore order in the Central African Republic. Many people remain without medical care due to the evacuation of humanitarian teams. Uncontrolled armed groups in the Central African...
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) calls on all parties in the Central African Republic to allow patients to reach medical facilities, receive the medical care they need and calls to respect medical staff, offices and health structures. As the opposition group known as Seleka takes charge of the...
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