Dr. Abu Khalid
"I have seen people with injuries that I cannot describe"
Abu Khalid is an orthopaedic surgeon and director of an MSF-supported hospital in besieged east Aleppo.
A very normal birth in dangerously abnormal conditions
On 12 September, a healthy baby boy was born on board MV Aquarius, a search and rescue vessel run in partnership between MSF and SOS Méditerranée. He was born in international waters to Nigerian parents, who named their baby Newman Otas.
MSF hospital in 'hibernation' after Jordan border closure
Since the closure of the Jordan/Syria borders on 21 June, war-wounded Syrians have been systematically denied entry through Jordan’s northwest borders.
Malnutrition, the biggest problem in Bama
Interview with MSF project coordinator Hakim Khaldi.
Medical staff are suffering in east Aleppo
An interview with a Syrian doctor managing a Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)-supported hospital in east Aleppo.
The "berm" : The Ghost Project between Syria and Jordan
Syria. Eleven million displaced. Four hundred thousand deaths. These are approximations. At this juncture, deaths and displaced persons are estimated in zeros, the individual simply disappears.
"We are too scared to go back"
Dayo, 31, was referred to Mora Hospital in Cameroon in late July by MSF teams in Banki, Nigeria. She accompanied her sick four-year-old son, Barine. The child urgently needed to be admitted to hospital as he was suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
Baroj's Story: Forced to Flee in Iraq
In this audio interview, Baroj explains why he left Mosul and his commitment to Doctors Without Borders.