Yemen

“That evening we had around 30 casualties, both wounded and dead.
In our project hospital, the growing need for neonatal and maternal care was clear, as these are the vulnerable groups affected by Yemen’s ongoing war.
As a nearly two-year-old war continues to devastate Taiz, Yemen's third most populous city, a deepening medical and humanitarian crisis is putting patients' lives at risk, according to a report released today by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which provides medical care on...
A Diary from Yemen
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On Thursday 17 November, the first day of the newly announced ceasefire in Yemen, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) managed or supported emergency rooms in Taiz, received 76 war-wounded patients after intense clashes, another 21 people were dead by the time they arrived in the emergency rooms. Most of...
Dr. Joanne Liu, MSF International President Speech before United Nations Security Council, 28 September, 2016 Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen: Last week the world witnessed a savage attack on a United Nations and Syrian Red Crescent humanitarian convoy, and on a hospital near Aleppo. Secretary...
“I’d rather get bombed and die straightaway. Don’t make me lose a limb or something. I’ll be very upset,” quipped Singapore-based Dr.
Following the August 15 aerial bombing of Abs Hospital in Yemen’s Hajjah Governorate, which killed 19 people and injured 24, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has decided to evacuate its staff from the hospitals it supports in Saada and Hajjah governorates in Northern Yemen,...
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