Measles, bombs and rebellion - the weekly scrapbook #25

Welcome to the weekly round-up of MSF news. This week, we've dealt with bombings, epidemics, floods and neglect across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. We debated aid in Syria and, as always, our supporters have been doing amazing things to raise the money we need to continue our lifesaving work.


  1. In the News

  2. This week, we reported on Hepatitis E in South Sudan, our remote teams in Mali, explosions and measles in Pakistan, flooding in Mozambique, neglected refugees in Lebanon and access to medical care in Myanmar.
  3. I am so sorry to learn of this and so pleased that MSF was there to help
  4. That's great, meanwhile be more cautious about some common feared complications such as croup syndrome, pneumonia or blindness and malnutrition. Hello to the managing team. My regards to all.
  5. There are so many places on this earth that need help and you seem to be in all of them! What a fantastic job you all do at MSF! My total respect to all who are doing a brilliant job! And my heart goes out to all suffering people! <3
  6. The following story is about a particularly difficult situation in Myanmar's Rakhine State. For the first time in 20 years, we managed to have photos sent back from our field clinics. Click on the link at the end of the Facebook update for more.
  7. Magic MSFers