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In the midst of COVID-19, over 1.3 million people in Iraq are still displaced and living in overcrowded and precarious shelters with unhygienic conditions. Today internally displaced people (IDPs) are amongst the most vulnerable facing the threat of COVID-19, warns the international medical human
Treating Mosul’s wounded: A year at MSF’s post-operative care facility In a ward at MSF’s post-operative care facility in Mosul, Ahed is sleeping deeply. The young girl just underwent her 27th surgery in less than two years. Her
The update quickly discusses the improvements made to the hospital; such as rehabilitation of the emergency room (ER), introduction of ‘Triage’ system, and training of 80 staff members on the new system. The new improvements should promote the level of care and health se
Press Release: A New Emergency Room for Al-Salam Hospital in East Mosul -START- Mosul, December 18 2018 The humanitarian medical organisation Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) completed the construction of a new Emergency Room (ER)
Press Release:Doctors Without Borders MSF rehabilitates one of the two destroyed hospitals in Sinjar district, Iraq Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has launched its activities in the Sinuni General Hospital, in Sinjar district, Iraq, in collaborat
MSF is glad to share with you a special package we prepared about one of our projects in Iraq, the Baghdad Medical Rehabilitation Center (BMRC). Opened by MSF in August 2017, the BMRC provides comprehensive rehabilitation care, including early physiotherapy, nursing care, pain manage
After several cases of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) were reported in different regions of Iraq, MSF deployed a team of experts on emergency response and preparedness to support five Iraqi hospitals, upon a request from the Ministry of Health of Iraq.  This emergen
MSF donated today almost 500,000 doses of tuberculosis drugs to the Ministry of Health, to support and increase the capacity of the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) to respond to the need
Tuesday 10 July 2018 marks one year since the battle for Mosul officially ended.  In the past year, the reconstruction of health facilities has been extremely slow, and Mosul still lacks 70% of its healthcare capacity. There are still less than 1,000 hospital
Following the recent discovery of suspected cases of measles in camps for internally displaced people (IDP) in Qayyarah, more than 42,000 children and adolescents were vaccinated against the potentially deadly virus by the international medical organization Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors With
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