MSF midwives and doctors have helped bring more than 100,000 babies into this world
Everywhere around the world, we work with refugees and we see people who have lost everything and are struggling to have access to basic living conditions
Malawian logistician recently spent six months in Kunduz, Afghanistan, helping prepare for MSF to start setting up a new trauma hospital
An infection prevention and control specialist spent six months in Afghanistan where she trained staff at four MSF projects.
On 3 October 2015, an MSF’s trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, was destroyed by precise and repeated U.S. airstrikes.
Close to one hundred medical facilities belonging to or supported by MSF have been bombed since 2015.
MSF is shocked by the attack against humanitarian workers of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Jawzan province, Afghanistan.
President Donald J. Trump’s executive order suspending refugee resettlement to the United States is an inhumane act against people fleeing war zones. MSF is calling for a resumption of refugee resettlement.
A Malawian HR manager has spent a decade navigating the cultural and administrative challenges where MSF works.