Radios, local doctors and techniques to help underweight newborns are saving the lives of women and children in Burundi.
Tens of thousands of people have already swarmed to a refugee camp in South Sudan and a new wave will soon begin the trek from the Nuba Mountains.
Médecins Sans Frontières has warned that Malaria cases have increased dramatically in the DRC, leaving clinics and treatment centres unable to cope.
But experts warn that drugs alone will not win it, after the pharmaceutical giants agree to work together on an ambitious project.
An MSF report claims 15 000 Aids victims in Congo will likely die waiting for ARVs in the next three years because of "horrific" health care access.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has made a renewed call for the safe release of two Spanish workers who were kidnapped in Somalia in October.
Fighting between tribes in its troubled Jonglei state has led South Sudan to declare the area a disaster zone, pleading for help from relief agencies.
Armed Lou Nuer youths have marched on Pibor, home to the rival Murle people, who they blame for cattle raiding and have vowed to exterminate.
Médecins Sans Frontières has confirmed that two staff members, a Belgian and an Indonesian, have been killed by a gunman in war-torn Mogadishu.
An Afghan woman has an average of five babies in her lifetime -- with mothers saying it is hard, lonely and frightening.
Famine has spread to another Somali region and the UN has warned more areas will become affected in the next four months.
Médecins Sans Frontières has revealed that Tripoli's Abu Salim Hospital has been shut down because staff and patients can no longer access it.
Low on medical staff and much-needed supplies in Libya, Médecins Sans Frontières is appealing to SA to send more doctors to the war-torn country.
The biggest refugee camp in the world is full, creating a humanitarian emergency that threatens thousands of malnourished children, MSF has warned.
The successes of SA's first public-sector ARV programme shows governments what can be achieved ahead of the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Aids.
Aids patients and government officials on Friday celebrated the 10th anniversary of a pioneering program that brought drugs to impoverished people.
Access to healthcare in Côte d'Ivoire has been hit hard by post-election violence, Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) reported on Friday.
(DRC government troops have been blamed for abuses, including rapes and looting, in of Sud-Kivu to avenge the death of one of their colleagues.
Now is not the time to cut funding for HIV/Aids, say the TAC, MSF and Cosatu, among others.
As many as 300 Zimbabweans are arriving in South Africa a day to apply for asylum, Médecins Sans Frontières said on Wednesday.