MSF in Niger


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MSF denounces the inhumane treatment of migrants turned back from Algeria and Libya

From January to May 2022, MSF recorded 14,196 migrants expelled from Algeria, including 6,749 non-Nigeriens. Some 139 of these migrants were women, and 30 were minors. Approximately two thousand migrants are expelled from Algeria and Libya every month on average,...

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Niger: 180,000+ Children Benefit from New Approach to Malaria

Each year, the arrival of the rainy season in Niger brings with it heightened risks of catching malaria from the mosquitoes that breed in stagnant water. To help prevent the spread of the disease, which can be fatal, Doctors Without...

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Niger: Impending Threat Of Deadly Malaria And Malnutrition Combination

Madrid, 24 April 2013 – The number of severely malnourished children expected to be treated in the Sahel region in 2013 amounts to 1.4 million; 1 out of 5 children in Niger. The international medical organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)...

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