Critical humanitarian assistance for women and girls is needed in North Kivu, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). We are responding. You can help.
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams have sounded the alarm over catastrophic levels of sexual violence in overcrowded displacement sites surrounding Goma, the provincial capital.
At least 70 women a day are sexually assaulted in the camps. Most report being attacked while they are searching for food, wood or other essentials for their families.
MSF teams are doing everything they can to provide people with critical medical care. During the month of July alone, 1,500 female survivors of sexual violence sought care from MSF teams.
We must continue responding to emergencies like this in North Kivu and more than 70 other countries around the world. You can help.
Donate to MSF’s General Fund Now.
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Help provide critical medical care for refugees and people who are forcibly displaced.
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Can cover 2 safe delivery kits, everything needed to assist in uncomplicated births that don’t require surgical intervention.
Can provide 10 thermal blankets to offer people protection and warmth during a humanitarian emergency
Can cover the cost of sending a surgeon to work for a day.
Can cover the cost of sending two doctors to work for a day with an essential kit used in our emergency response work.
Can purchase 26 obstetrical stethoscopes for monitoring fetal heartbeats.
Can purchase new rapid tests to check two people for drug-resistant tuberculosis, cutting diagnosis time from 42 days to two hours.
Can purchase chlorination equipment to provide 690 people with clean drinking water for one week in an emergency.
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