South Sudan

In the week following fighting in Juba, teams from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have treated more than 2700 patients in four clinics across the capital city of South Sudan. The organization is also supplying clean drinking water in Juba and performing surgeries for people more seriously wounded...
MSF’s teams in Juba are now responding to some of the medical needs that arose following the fighting and we continue to look at ways to provide people with more assistance. Yesterday a team of four ran mobile clinics at the St Theresa Church where 2,500 people were taking refuge. The team focused...
Here we try to plant seeds of hope, but in the aftermath of civil war... 
 
MSF releases a report on the response to February Malakal PoC attack Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has today released a report into the peacekeeping and humanitarian response following the attack on the Malakal Protection of Citizens (PoC) site on 17-18 February. The...

(Continue of Gogrial - Paradise of kindness and brutality (1) ) As there are only two doctors, me and another Burmese physician Kyi, weekend rest days do not really exist. 

The mornings begin with stepping out of my tukul (mud hut), blinking sleepily against the brilliant violets and roaring oranges of an African sunrise.
Last year, 75 hospitals managed or supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) were bombed. This was in violation of the most fundamental rules of war which gives protected status to medical facilities and its patients, regardless if the patients are civilians or wounded combatants. Beyond the...
International donors and the broader humanitarian community must take immediate action to address widespread shortages of essential medicines in South Sudan, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) warned today in an open letter from MSF international president Dr. Joanne Liu. “The conflict in South Sudan...
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