With about 2,000 new arrival every day, #Uganda is now the largest host of refugees in Africa, taking in more than triple the amount of people who arrived in Europe by sea in 2016..

Despite the massive influx of refugees from South Sudan, there are gaps in the humanitarian response. And the rainy season is putting additional strain on conditions in the refugee settlements. [ Exposure.co Link ]
With about 2000 new arrival every day Uganda is now the largest

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Arif Hasan, a general surgeon, and Mukul Singhal, an orthopaedic surgeon recently left for #Jordan, where #MSF teams provide life-saving medical care to war-wounded Syrians.
Wish them luck! #WithoutBorders
Arif Hasan a general surgeon and Mukul Singhal an orthopaedic surgeon recently
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We often hear about people who just want to go back to their home countries, but there is no way to go back. Today there are 22.5 million refugees worldwide who left their homes and everything behind in order to escape violence. #WorldRefugeeDay
We often hear about people who just want to go back to

What does the word 'refugee' mean to you?

MSF staff asked Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon the same simple question - “What does the word ‘refugee’ mean to you”? Their answers were recorded...

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On average, 2,000 refugees arrive each day in #Uganda, more than double the number of people who arrived in Europe by the sea in 2016.
But the international community has failed to help resolve the conflict in South Sudan and is now failing to adequately help South Sudanese refugees in the region. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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On average 2000 refugees arrive each day in Uganda more than double
Hepatitis B and C are the most serious types, as those can lead to chronic liver disease, liver failure and even cancer.

Since January, MSF's clinic for #HepatitisC in Meerut, #UttarPradesh, has screened close to 1,000 patients and has put 356 patients on treatment free of cost.[ Bit.ly Link ]
Hepatitis B and C are the most serious types as those can
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Umeed Ki Kiran is a one-stop crisis centre because in one place SGBV survivors can get psychological and medical services. If need be, we also do medico-legal work, file MLCs (medico-legal certificates). #Delhi
Umeed Ki Kiran is a onestop crisis centre because in one place

Umeed ki Kiran: One-stop clinic for victims of sexual & domestic violence

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#Iraq: Amid the #Mosul crisis, babies have become more and more vulnerable to #malnutrition. Mothers of these babies couldn’t breastfeed. So, the babies’ bottles were filled with black tea or sugary water, instead of milk.
MSF in collaboration with Ministry of Health today formally inaugurated a first-of-its-kind Hepatitis C clinic at PL Sharma District Hospital in Meerut, #UttarPradesh.
This project aims to establish an effective and simplified model of care for #HepatitisC in UP. [ Bit.ly Link ]
MSF in collaboration with Ministry of Health today formally inaugurated a firstofitskind
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#Iraq: In Qayarrah, #MSF is running an inpatient therapeutic feeding centre for babies suffering from #malnutrition.

Like these 6-week old twin girls, the majority of patients are aged under 6 months of age and have recently fled IS-controlled areas of West Mosul and Shirqat with their families.
Iraq In Qayarrah MSF is running an inpatient therapeutic feeding centre for
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All over the world, there are people in need of blood transfusions. But to have blood available, we need blood donors.
On this #WorldBloodDonorDay, we want to thank our voluntary blood donors for saving precious lives.
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“We had to leave. We had no choice. By the end, we were eating grass.”

Kareema is one of many thousands of civilians who have risked their lives in recent months to escape #WestMosul. For Kareema and many others in the city, the past few months have been all about survival – by any means. #Iraq
Want to go onboard of the #MSF search and rescue boat #Prudence, which is sailing right now in the Mediterranean Sea? Our MSF staff member Ghada Safaan is going live at 1 pm. Stay tuned!
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KVPN Jyothi returned recently from #Iraq where MSF provides medical care to the people affected by the war in the country.
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KVPN Jyothi returned recently from Iraq where MSF provides medical care to
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#Syria: This poster showing landmines and booby-traps educational and warning signs for IDPs and host communities has been posted on the walls in the hospital that #MSF works in partnership with the health authorities in Menbij hospital in Syria.
Airstrikes or minefields? What would you choose?
Syria This poster showing landmines and boobytraps educational and warning signs for
#Syria: “Parents have to make an impossible decision. Either they stay in #Raqqa, subjecting their children to increased violence and airstrikes, or they take them over the frontline, knowing they will need to cross minefields and may be caught in the crossfire.” [ Bit.ly Link ]
Syria Parents have to make an impossible decision Either they stay in
Central African Republic: Our teams in Bambari treated 22 people for violence-related injuries in May, nearly three times more than in April. Four children were among the wounded, including a three-year-old who had been shot in the face. [ Bit.ly Link ] #CAR
Central African Republic Our teams in Bambari treated 22 people for violencerelated
Our staff members from India are also doing their bit to support MSF fight against the aggressively spreading #cholera outbreak in #Yemen.

Ajoy Bhattacharya, a water and sanitation expert, and Shiny Kaki, a medical doctor are currently working with the MSF teams in Yemen and helping them provide medical care to the people affected by this outbreak.
Our staff members from India are also doing their bit to support
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By June 8, the number of suspected #cholera cases reported by #WHO in #Yemen has reached 101,800, with 789 deaths. #MSF has received 24,135 patients of cholera and acute watery diarrhoea since the start of the rapid increase of the epidemic.
The poor level of sanitation and lack of safe drinking water is increasing the vulnerability of the population due to the ongoing conflict. Furthermore,...
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By June 8 the number of suspected cholera cases reported by WHO
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#Iraq: "My nightmare was always that one day I would receive my family in the emergency room. Sometimes we lose our professionalism and our emotions are too high. We are not stones.” [ Bit.ly Link ]
Iraq My nightmare was always that one day I would receive my
"Sorry I Drowned,” shakes you, breaks you and makes you rethink of all the luxuries you enjoy as a child is sinking or dying of hunger because of the horrors of a war we can’t even begin to imagine, writes InUth #refugeecrisis
Sorry I Drowned shakes you breaks you and makes you rethink of

"Sorry I drowned" is a gut wrenching reminder of the need to talk about the refugees crisis [Watch]

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