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MdM (Médecins du Monde) is an international humanitarian organisation providing medical care to the most vulnerable populations affected by war, natural disasters, disease, famine, poverty and exclusion, those who do not have access to health care, those who the world is gradually forgetting.

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Egypt hosts thousands of refugees and asylum seekers. The Egyptian Mediterranean coast has become an important departure point to Europe. Among the factors behind the increased movement to Europe, refugees and migrants have indicated the loss of hope, high cost of living leading to deepening poverty, deteriorated psychological and medical conditions, limited livelihood and education opportunities and aid shortfalls.

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Joint press releases // 14 Oct, 2019

Syria 15 aid agencies warn of humanitarian crisis in North-East Syria

Civilians in north-east Syria are at risk and humanitarian aid could be cut off following the launch of a new military operation in the area, leading aid agencies are warning.

Campaigns // 10 Oct, 2019

Lebanon Mental Health Day 2019

As a partner of Lebanon’s National Campaign for Mental Health in the workplace, here’s the message from Médecins du Monde (Lebanon Mission) on World Mental Health Day. Make the workplace a welcoming place for everyone!

Joint press releases // 04 Sep, 2019

Yemen INGO statement on attacks in Dhamar that killed and injured scores of people

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.

MdM press releases // 20 Aug, 2019

Lebanon Inauguration ceremony of Aley Healthcare Center for the “Druze Women Association” in Lebanon

The inauguration ceremony of Aley Healthcare Center for the “Druze Women Association” was held on the 8th of August 2019.


Muzian abu Znaid – The portrait of a life-long refugee

Born in Jerusalem, Muzian has always thought of herself as a refugee. She was married in 1955 in Duraa, South Hebron Hills and moved to Jerusalem to live in Mu’askar, a camp established for 1948 refugees in what today is the Jewish Quarter of the Old City. There, she had eight children, but only five survived.

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