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R The European Commission is sending urgently needed medical assistance to the Central African Republic (CAR) and doubling its team of humanitarian experts in the country it announced on December 12.A plane carrying 37 tonnes of relief supplies will
A humanitarian crisis loomed yesterday over the Central African Republic as tens of thousands sought refuge in makeshift camps around the capital Bangui following a wave of massacres. Sectarian violence that claimed at least 400 lives in Bangui last
Humanitarian co-ordination officers were locally appointed to control access, collect "taxes" and monitor aid agency activities. Al-Shabaab asked agencies to disclose project details, including specific activities, budgets and staff member names. In
Thousands of displaced have fled violence in Bangui, Central African Republic, regrouping in several sites around the city. Hundreds of wounded have been treated following attacks on the 5 December. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is extending
Ottawa Women who report being raped in Sudan are threatened and often accused of adultery. Victims of sexual violence are denied access to medical treatment, while they face many legal disadvantages. "The women of Sudan are facing a crisis of sexual
The World Health Organization (WHO) says major priorities are now getting essential health care, including neonatal care and treatment of chronic diseases to more people, and starting to get clinics and hospitals damaged or destroyed by the storm up
MSF Treats Wounded Following Violent Clashes in Bangui 5 December 2013 press release Bangui Since early this morning there have been violent clashes, shooting and explosions in a number of areas of Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic.
Doctors working inside Syria are witnessing a shocking number of babies being born with severe deformities a result of the collapse of the country's healthcare system after 2 and a half years of war. The reported cases of Anencephaly a condition that
Tuberculosis and Malaria of the consequences of spearheading a new pricing initiative that could result in middle-income countries paying significantly higher prices for medicines to combat diseases, including HIV and tuberculosis. Majority of world'
The vast majority of Somali refugees in Kenya are afraid of returning to their home country, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said Thursday (November 28th)...MSF assessments indicated that four out of five Somali refugees living in Kenya's Dadaab