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Donation of medical supplies to support hospitals in Sudan

Dr Ghazali Babiker, MSF's Sudan Country Representative, and his team in Khartoum donated supplies to a hospital that has received a large number of wounded since the fighting began on 15 April. This is the third donation we have been able to make since Sunday 23 April. However, while they were at the warehouse putting the supplies into the ambulance that would take them to the hospital, air strikes and shelling began, and they had to take cover until everything was finished. He narrates.


Catastrophic situation in sudan

There is currently heavy fighting in El Fasher. We are still hearing gunfire from our compound as I speak. It is very unsafe because of the shooting and the shelling – there have been large numbers of civilian casualties.


Yemen: humanitarian needs form a perfect storm.

Since the onset of war in Yemen approximately eight years ago, tens of thousands of people have been killed or injured, and more than four million have been displaced. MSF international president Dr. Christos Christou recounts what he saw during a recent visit to Yemen

South Sudan

South Sudan: Seeking care sometimes involves great stakes

Since February 2023, thousands of people have been displaced by outbreaks of violence in the Abyei Special Administrative Region. Maarten Bullens was in the project in August 2022 to help the teams scale up assistance to people who have taken refuge in informal camps or with local communities in Abyei town.


Aisha is an MSF midwife supervisor from Azaz in northern Syria

Aisha is an MSF midwife in Azar, northern Syria. She recalls the first hours after the earthquake on 7 February. Her testimony tells of her commitment to saving lives but also of the fear and horror experienced by all those affected.


Managing cervical cancer in a country with limited treatment options

Cervical cancer accounts for 37 per cent of new cancers in women in Malawi. Since 2018, MSF has been working to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer and bring down deaths from the disease in the districts of Blantyre and Chiradzulu. MSF head of mission Marion Péchayre explains how.

Central African Republic

“To be born or to give birth is to take a risk”

Archange was born at just 28 weeks and weighed 800 grams at birth. The baby was in a critical condition but fought for his life for 45 days in the neonatology intensive care unit supported by MSF in Bangui’s community university hospital, in the Central African Republic (CAR). The medical team were so impressed by his fight to survive that they nicknamed him "Little General”.


Mexico: migrants exposed to violence cut off from healthcare

Around 30,000 migrants gather daily in Tapachula (Chiapas). They are a ‘floating population’, since thousands of people come in through this entry point every day in southern Mexico, and many others leave for the northern border.
First-person stories about abortion from women in the places where MSF works.

Safe abortion care: “The safest way to help these women”

A midwife tells her story of the evolution of safe abortion care in MSF
© Illustration based on a photo by Johan Lolos


In Port-au-Prince “we’re surviving, not living”

Rosanberg, Ugo, Natalie and Morjorie all work in a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Port-au-Prince. Caught in a downward spiral of extreme violence by armed groups, they describe daily life amid the chaos of Haiti’s capital city.