Nigeria: Fighting the worst meningitis C epidemic in nine years


Continued violence and armed conflict in Nigeria’s Borno state has uprooted more than two million people.

MSF has been responding to disease outbreaks and emergency health needs in Nigeria for many years, focusing on maternal and paediatric healthcare throughout the country and scaling up our activities in the northeast as vast numbers of people caught up in the conflict depend on aid to survive.

Why are we here?

Shelter situation in Pulka, Nigeria

“There is no place to take cover or hide from the rain”

Project Update 18 Jun 2018
Innovations to save lives in north-east Nigeria

Crisis update: Borno and Yobe states - June 2018

Crisis Update 5 Jun 2018

MSF suspends medical activities in Rann

Press Release 2 Mar 2018

Rann bombing - one year on

Project Update 17 Jan 2018
Ngala IDP camp, Nigeria - July 2017

“I feel ashamed of relying on others to live, but we can’t go home”

Voices from the Field 17 Jan 2018

No red lights to saving lives

Voices from the Field 15 Jan 2018
Tondo project in Philippines
Photo Story

A year in pictures 2017

18 Dec 2017
Photo Story
Nigeria: Searching for aid after fleeing the fighting

Borno State crisis update – November 2017

Crisis Update 30 Nov 2017
Crisis in Borno, Nigeria

What’s happening in the northeast?

Project Update 23 Nov 2017