Since 2018, MSF has been providing mental health services in Sinjar district to those Yazidi survivors of the 2014 genocide and their families. Whilst these services have been scaled up in recent months, it is now overwhelmed and has a waiting list
I am writing all the way from Koutiala, a small town in the centre of Mail where I work as a human resources manager. Today, I would like to share my excitement with you! We’re finally moving into the new Paediatric Ward built by MSF.
Tambu Matambo recently returned from a field assignment of 3 years working in India working as a project coordinator, in Chhattisgarh and Manipur.
Zimbabwean lawyer, Karsten Noko spent nearly two years working with MSF in Nigeria where he found motivation in how his team pulled together to bring medical care where it was needed most.
The team in Walikale, DRC have seen first-hand the devastating impact of sexual violence and unsafe abortion can have on their patients. Together they're ensuring that the services MSF offers can help. Midwife Claire reflects.
Mohamed Momoh, a clinical officer with the Doctors Without Borders, was born in Bo, Sierra Leone. Having worked as a medic through the devastating Ebola outbreak of 2014, he shares his story and his hopes for the future of his country.
With years of experience campaigning for access to essential medicines in South African, MSF fieldworker Claire Waterhouse, found herself working as the coordinator in a project treating hepatitis C in Meerut, India.
With years of experience campaigning for access to essential medicines in South African, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) fieldworker Claire Waterhouse, fou
Sian Geraty, emergency medicine specialist, from South Africa, describes how doctors and nurses in Iraq dealt with everyday emergencies in Sadr City
Medical care and providing assistance to refugees is a life-long passion for Dr Sohur Mire, a Somali-Swedish medical professional and board member of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Southern Africa. This is her story.
Judith Elavian is an MSF nurse, recently returned after working nine months in Nigeria on a project delivering sexual reproductive health services in the northern Jigawa state. This is a story of the day she learned that in Nigeria, a calabash is not just for drinking water as it is in her home country of Kenya.