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MSF has been providing medical and humanitarian assistance to asylum seekers and migrants in Greece since 1996. In 2014, MSF expanded its activities in Greece to meet the needs of asylum seekers arriving on the Greek islands and mainland from Turkey. Since 2016, MSF medical teams in Greece have offered services including primary healthcare, treatment for chronic diseases, sexual and reproductive healthcare, physiotherapy and mental healthcare. Today, MSF provides medical services in the wider area of Athens, in Epirus, as well as on the islands of Lesvos and Samos.
Cette semaine, les chercheurs, décideurs, cliniciens et activistes engagés dans la réponse au VIH participeront à ICASA2017, à Abidjan, en Côte d’Ivoire. En plein cœur de l’Afrique de l’Ouest et centrale, il n’y a pas de meilleur endroit, pour les équipes médicales de MSF et moi-même, pour mettre en lumière quelques-unes des raisons qui empêchent des millions de personnes vivant avec le VIH dans la région d’accéder au traitement vital pour elles. Elles doivent être prises en compte pour que le thème de cette année « une approche différente vers la fin du SIDA » se concrétise.
During the early morning of 4 December, several armed men broke into the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) compound in Mweso, in Masisi territory, North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
They subjected the staff to violence and threats of kidnapping, before robbing the compound of money and equipment.
This week, researchers, policy makers, clinicians and activists involved in the HIV response will attend ICASA2017, in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. Being at the heart of West and Central Africa, there is no better place for me and my medical colleagues at MSF to call out some of the main reasons preventing millions of people in the region from getting lifesaving HIV treatment. These must be addressed for this year’s theme of ‘delivering differently’ to be realised.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 — To enable Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams to continue to help the displaced people living in and around Kalémie in Tanganyika province, the IKEA Foundation has stepped forward to give a € 1,4 million grant to the organisation.
Mardi 21 novembre 2017 — Afin de soutenir le travail des équipes de Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) qui viennent en aide aux personnes déplacées vivant dans et autour de la ville Kalémie au sein de la province du Tanganyika, la Fondation IKEA a pris l'initiative d’octroyer une donation de 1,4 Millions d’euros à l'organisation médicale.
Située au sud-est de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC), la province du Tanganyika est depuis longtemps en proie à des conflits intercommunautaires.
KINSHASA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO—More aid is urgently needed in rural areas of Kasai province, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as people come out of hiding a year after conflict flared in the region, according to the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
Alarming levels of malnutrition among young children indicate the severity of this neglected crisis.
For over a year the Greater Kasai region of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been wracked by waves of violence sparked by the killing of a local chief by Congolese armed forces in August 2016.
In the city of Dundo, in northern Angola, MSF teams are providing assistance to Congolese refugees who fled violence in the Kasai region of Democratic Republic of Congo. MSF head of mission Joao Martins describes how a health emergency was brought under control.
What was the situation for Congolese refugees when you arrived in Dundo in April?
31 October 2017
Humanitarian crisis in Kasai
MSF emergency coordinator Jean-Pierre Amigo, just back from Kasai province, Democratic Republic of Congo, describes burned villages, mass graves and a woman’s abandoned suitcase.
After a year in hiding, destitute returnees are left to cope on their own
Monday, October 30, 2017 — Kinshasa/London: More aid is urgently needed in the rural areas of Kasai, central Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as people come out of hiding a year after conflict flared in the region, said international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) today.
MSF has treated more than 18,000 cholera patients across Democratic Republic of Congo this year.
Aline Kaendo knew how to keep her five-year-old son Aristide safe from cholera at home.
“We treat the water at home, but the children play in the lake, perhaps drink from it while they play, share food, and if they have bought it in the street, it may not have been prepared hygienically,” she says.
“They pick up fruit and eat it straight away – there are many ways in which my son could have become ill.”
This February, I had the privilege to visit a new MSF pediatric program in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, where hundreds of thousands of Syrians have sought refuge. The project, in the city of Zahle, occupies an entire floor of a government hospital that houses pediatric inpatients and provides general and intensive care for children.
The families served are primarily Syrian refugees. Many are marginalized and cut off from health care. Children, naturally, are the most vulnerable among them.
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The deployment of a GIS specialist for the 2016 yellow fever vaccination campaign in Kinshasa had a direct, positive impact on the work of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) programme staff.
A la Primature, le Premier Ministre, M. Bruno Tshibala a reçu en audience vendredi 06 octobre 2017 la délégation conjointe comprenant le Représentant de l’OMS en RDC, le Représentant du Fonds mondial, le Représentant de l’ONUSIDA et d’autres partenaires: CDC, MSF, PEPFAR, Partenariat STOP TUB, UNICEF, USAID. Il s’est félicité de ce partenariat solide et de la mobilisation annoncée d’importantes ressources auprès du Fonds mondial et du PEPFAR pour la période triennale 2018-2020 en matière de lutte contre les deux maladies susmentionnées.
Renewed violence in Central African Republic (CAR) has forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes, either to be displaced elsewhere within CAR, or to seek refuge in Democratic Republic of Congo. MSF is responding to the crisis and is providing medical assistance in several areas throughout CAR.
Ending Cholera—A Global Roadmap to 2030 operationalises the new global strategy for cholera control at the country level and provides a concrete path toward a world in which cholera is no longer a threat to public health. By implementing the strategy between now and 2030, the Global Task Force on Cholera Control (GTFCC) partners will support countries to reduce cholera deaths by 90 percent. With the commitment of cholera-affected countries, technical partners, and donors, as many as 20 countries could eliminate disease transmission by 2030.
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Tuesday, September 26, 2017 — Since the cholera epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was declared on 9 September, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has treated 17,000 people after setting up around 30 units and treatment centres. The outbreak has already spread across 20 provinces, representing one of the largest cholera outbreaks seen in DRC, and has not yet been brought under control. MSF is urging for increased prevention and awareness-raising activities, and for more organisations to respond in tackling the epidemic.