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October 21, 2016

Authorities in France are preparing to shut down the "Jungle," a migration camp near the port city of Calais where thousands of migrants and refugees are trapped as they seek to cross the English Channel to reach the United Kingdom. It is still unclear what will happen to the camp's residents when the closure occurs.

June 08, 2015

Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International President Dr. Joanne Liu responded today to the communiqué issued by the G7 leaders meeting in Germany at the end of their annual summit:

March 15, 2013

A new report by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) outlines the impact of precarious living conditions and widespread criminal and institutional violence on the health of undocumented sub-Saharan migrants trapped in Morocco on their way to Europe. According to the report, Morocco’s transformation, as a result of increasingly stringent border controls, from a country of transit to a forced destination for migrants heightens their vulnerability. The implementation of migration policies which undermine respect for human rights is having an impact on migrants’ health, which includes vulnerable groups, such as victims of sexual violence or human trafficking, who are not receiving specialized care and protection from the authorities.

In the "Month in Focus - April 2010" edition: Haiti – Three Months Later ; South Africa – Violence without borders ; Mayotte – Reaching isolated migrants ; Morocco - Sexual violence and migration ; HIV/AIDS - Non-negotiable lives and access to generic medicines.

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is deeply concerned about the deterioration of the medical and humanitarian situation of sub-Saharan migrants in Morocco after the intensification of raids and mass expulsions carried out recently by Moroccan police forces. Hundreds of migrants, including women and children, were deported to the no-man’s-land at the border between Morocco and Algeria and abandoned there during the night without food and water. Police operations took place between Aug. 19 and Sept.

Ivory Coast - violence, looting and exodus
Libya - Wounded evacuated to Tunisia

Libya - treating the wounded in Misrata
Japan - mental healthcare for tsunami survivors
France - legal amendments create a public health risk
HIV/AIDS - the UN's new 2015 treatment target

Increasing number receiving medical care for injuries

Security forces threaten already vulnerable situation

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