Between humanitarian crises and medical emergencies: all the latest news
Health Care Underprioritized in Haiti Reconstruction
Five years have passed since a devastating earthquake shook Haiti, affecting approximately 3 million people and killing 220,000, according to government estimates. What is the situation in Haiti now after five years of reconstruction efforts, and what health care services does MSF still provide in the country? MSF’s Haiti Country Director Oliver Schulz discusses.
One year after typhoon Haiyan
Typhoon Haiyan, or Yolanda as it is known locally, was the strongest typhoon ever recorded at landfall, ripped through the central Philippines on 8 November 2013.
Ebola: MSF Presentation to UN Security Council
Speaking from Monrovia via live video link, Liberian MSF physician's assistant Jackson Niamah addresses the UN Security Council during an emergency session on the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
Central African Republic
CAR, The Lost Country
The collapse of the country after more than a year of violence.
The SORT IT course and beyond
The month of June sees three publications focusing on the outcomes of the Structured Operational Research and Training Initiative (SORT IT) and the early indications of the long-term impact of this training course.
3rd Operational Research Day
This year the Operational Research Day (OR Day) celebrates its 3rd anniversary.
Recommendations for increasing Operational Research
Interview with MSF Head of Mission in Mauritania’s Mbera refugee camp
As of today, MSF carries out approximately 8,500 consultations per month, while this number can reach 12,000 during the rainy season.
Six months after the typhoon
In the six months since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, teams from MSF have provided care for emergency and everyday health problems in hospitals and mobile clinics, delivered clean water and helped to repair sewerage systems and health centres in some of the worst affected areas.
MSF's Typhoon Haiyan Response
Report launched: in the eye of the typhoon.