Between humanitarian crises and medical emergencies: all the latest news
European Policies Continue to Claim Lives at Sea
One year on from Italy’s decision to close its ports to humanitarian vessels and the first political stand-off over the fate of people rescued in the Central Mediterranean Sea, at least 1,151 vulnerable men, women and children have died, and over 10,000 more forcibly returned to Libya, exposed to additional unnecessary suffering.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Ebola: Restoring trust among communities
Helene, Robert and Clément are community health worker, health promoter and hygienist. As the Ebola epidemic continues to claim yet more victims, their everyday task is restoring trust among communities.
6 Things Big Pharma Doesn't Want You to Know
Here are some of the industry’s dirty, not-so-little secrets they’d prefer you not know!
1999-2019: 20 Years of Advocacy in Action
MSF’s Access Campaign marks 20 years of work to secure access to affordable medicines, diagnostics and vaccines, and to stimulate medical innovation that answers public health needs.
Providing health care to vulnerable people in Lorestan after floods
It’s been nearly two months since violent flash floods stormed areas along the Kashkan River, in Lorestan province, west Iran. MSF teams have been on the field to assist vulnerable populations.
MSF’s Access Campaign Turns 20 in 2019
MSF’s Access Campaign celebrates 20 years of work to secure access to affordable medicines, diagnostics and vaccines, and to stimulate medical innovation that answers public health needs.
Ana Leticia Nery
Flowers in dark water: Recovering from Cyclone Idai
MSF medical coordinator Ana reflects on the stories of those who survived Cyclone Idai, and on the memories of those who were lost.
A day treating wounded in Yemen's Al Salakhana hospital
In September 2018, MSF started working at Al Salakhana hospital, in the northeast of the port city of Hodeidah, a city that has been the target of a brutal offensive starting in June 2018.
Illustrated stories of asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants in Greece.
Central African Republic
“It felt like it was raining bullets” in attacks on villages that kill over 50
On Tuesday 21 May, in Ndjondjom, Koundjili and Bohong villages, some 50 kilometres away from Paoua, in northwestern Central African Republic, gunmen attacked and shot a number of civilians they had brought together with the excuse of organising a community meeting.