Middle East

Médecins du Monde est présent depuis 2007 au Yémen et soutient depuis le début du conflit, en 2015, 11 centres de santé dans les gouvernorats de Sana’a, d’Ibb et d’Amanat Alasimahpour améliorer l’accès aux soins des populations du nord du pays.© Reuters
As the war in Yemen heads into its seventh year, millions of people in Yemen continue to suffer through the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis. To date, the UN estimates that 233,000 Yemenis have been killed as a result of the fighting and the humanitarian crisis.
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International non-governmental organisations working in Yemen strongly condemn a series of attacks by the Saudi-led coalition on a former community college that has lately been used as a detention facility in Dhamar city. These attacks have reportedly led to the deaths of over 100 people, with many...
The population lives in a permanent state of extreme stress owing to the proximity of the Israeli settlements. ©Olivier Papegnies
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Forced to abandon their homeland more than 70 years ago, Palestinians have lived under Israeli occupation for more than 50 years. A large part of the population has also suffered from the blockade of the Gaza Strip for 13 years. Against this backdrop, Médecins du Monde has been working in Palestine...
Le Yémen, un pays ravagé par 5 années de guerre ©Reuters
Emergency
These alarming statistics highlight the need for a humanitarian mission in Yemen to provide assistance to people who are directly and indirectly affected by the conflict . Yemen – the humanitarian situation steadily worsens Since 2014, Yemen has been under fire due to clashes between Houthi rebels...
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Civilians at the heart of the conflict Since the beginning of the war in 2011, violence against Syrian civilians has only intensified and become more complex. Many areas have been bombed regularly and civilian populations are the victims of human rights violations and abuses , under fire from the...
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Conflict and severe poverty Ten years after the beginning of the Syrian crisis, Lebanon remains a fragile country marked by conflict and serious institutional and social instability. The country’s economy has been held back by the worsening crisis and, with the added unprecedented challenges posed...
District Amedi, Village Bamerni. Irak (c) Guillaume Pinon
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The figures speak for themselves: the need for humanitarian action in Iraq is non-negotiable. Crucial humanitarian assistance in Iraq Iraq is a country marked by years of conflict. Although it is gradually emerging from the crisis stage, the country is still extremely fragile and is facing multiple...
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