Yemeni chronicles
Indiscriminate bombings and chronic shortages of supplies and staff have led to the closure of more than half of Yemen's health facilities.

Recent outbreaks of diseases such as cholera and diphtheria and an upsurge in fighting have exacerbated the already dire humanitarian situation in Yemen.

More than three million people have been displaced since the war started in 2015.

With an estimated 20 million in need of humanitarian assistance, our activities in Yemen are among our most extensive worldwide. In 2018, we worked in 13 hospitals and health centres across the country and provided support to more than 20 health facilities across 12 governorates.

 
Cholera outbreak in Yemen
Yemen

A timeline of more than three years of war

Project Update 4 Apr 2018

Why are we here?

What are our teams seeing today?

 
Medical and mental healthcare for people displaced by violence in the Lake Chad area.
Global

A call for action beyond summits - reflections on the World Humanitarian Summit

Report 23 May 2016
 
Dr Joanne Liu at UNSC meeting
Attacks on medical care

MSF President to UN Security Council: "Stop these attacks"

Statement 3 May 2016
 
Yemen.Shiara hospital bleeding after attack.
Yemen

Crisis update - April 2016

Crisis Update 29 Apr 2016
 
MSF HIV Testing Clinic's in Conakry
HIV/AIDS

7 things you may believe about HIV/AIDS that turn out to be wrong

Project Update 19 Apr 2016
 
Internally displaced People form Taiz Enclave Yemen
Yemen

Dramatic influx of wounded amidst fierce fighting in Taiz

Project Update 16 Mar 2016
 
Abs Hospital, Hajja, Yemen
Yemen

MSF treats more than 40 wounded following deadly airstrike on marketplace

Project Update 16 Mar 2016
 
North Yemen: living under daily coalition airstrikes
Yemen

Crisis update – 3 March 2016

Crisis Update 3 Mar 2016
 
Northern Yemen, Oct15-Feb16
Yemen

Practising medicine under fire

Voices from the Field 26 Feb 2016
 
Yemen.Shiara hospital bleeding after attack.
Yemen

“I’d never before seen the level of casualties I saw in Saada. The scale of wounded was extreme.”

Voices from the Field 27 Jan 2016