Idlib: “There was heavy bombing going on and we couldn’t take everything”
Dr Mustafa Ajaj, speaking from Deir Hassan camp, northwestern Syria, on 25 February 2020.
Idlib today – a “humanity crisis”
Personal reflections from Cristian Reynders, MSF Project Coordinator for northwestern Syria.
‘Tired of fleeing’: seeking refuge from Idlib violence
A Syrian doctor’s testimony from a flashpoint town in the province.
Interview with Tessy Fautsch, MSF medical coordinator in Bangladesh
Tessy, a nurse from Bertrange in Luxembourg, has just spent a year at the Cox’s Bazar refugee camp. She sums up for us her experience as medical coordinator in Bangladesh.
“There are no safe places for people in Idlib”
Since mid-December, the Syrian government and its allies have intensified their offensive on Idlib province. Daily bombardments have caused the death of many civilians and tens of thousands of people have fled.
Thousands of people affected by floods
MSF logistics coordinator, Kim Phillips, describes the situation after the floods.
MSF response to dengue fever emergency
Evelyn Zorrilla, MSF regional epidemiologist for Mexico and Central America, explains how MSF responded to the outbreak of dengue fever.
A day at MSF clinic in south Tehran
MSF provides assistance in Tehran, in a poor working class district located in the south of the city.
Witnessing the needs and acting upon it
Estifanos Debasu, a Water, Sanitation & Hygiene specialist, describes the situation he witnessed in one of the country’s biggest states, Bolivar.
Dr. Mohammad Al Youssef
Beyond trauma injuries
Mohammad Al Youssef is a Syrian doctor. For the past five years, he has been working with MSF, to provide life-saving treatment for people who have received a kidney transplant.