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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters. Today MSF works in more than 60 countries around the world.

At times, MSF may speak out publicly in an effort to bring a forgotten crisis to public attention, to alert the public to abuses occurring beyond the headlines, to criticise the inadequacies of the aid system, or to challenge the diversion of humanitarian aid for political interests.

Below you will find a selection of the latest news on MSF’s operations, campaigns and actions. For more information on MSF's activities, please visit www.msf.org.  

First-ever study of HIV treatment policies in 23 countries

MSF REPORT: MSF releases report 'Speed Up Scale-Up' presenting policy ‘dashboard’ and report 'Closer to Home' that outlines community models of treatment in four countries.©...


Wounded Syrians Arrive in Jordan

NEWS FROM THE FIELD: On the road leading to the border crossing in Ramtha, a string of cars is parked along the shoulder, waiting for the refugees to pass. Syrians are arriving in Jordan every day. Whether...


DRC: MSF forced to suspend medical activities in Walikale

MSF PRESS RELEASE - Heavy fighting over the last few days in Walikale, a town in the troubled North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), has forced the international medical humanitarian...


A Month in Focus - July 2012

This month MSF faces a humanitarian dilemma in Somalia following tragic attacks on our staff.We visit Doro refugee camp in South Sudan where MSF is working to provide water, sanitation and medical care...


South Sudan: Dire medical needs in under-prepared refugee camps

NEWS FROM THE FIELD: 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...