"Early this morning I was awakened by the sound of two explosions in Gaza."
Anna Cillers Emergency Medical Coordinator in Bangladesh writes about MSF’s work treating Rohingya refugees who’ve fled across the border from Myanmar
Patricia has been an MSF nurse in Southern Africa since 2006. After a decade in the region, she took up a position as a medical team leader in a project in Yemen, a country trapped in war.
Dodo Kibasomba relays her story of fleeing her home country the DRC to becoming a committed humanitarian worker ever since.
Dr Javid Abdelmoneim, President of MSF UK, describes his experiences of working in conflict-ridden Raqqa, Syria.
A Zimbabwean nursing supervisor, Gift Farau worked in Pibor, South Sudan, where he developed a new perspective seeing stark realities first-hand and the impact of MSF’s work.
More than two decades since the 1994 genocide, Rwandan fieldworkers tell us about the experiences that motivated them to join MSF.
Carissa Saunderson is an emergency doctor from Cape Town, South Africa. She has spent 3 months working in South Sudan at a Primary Healthcare Centre run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in the town of Mayom.
Zimbabwean Dr Isaac Chikwanha is a medical advisor for TB, HIV & Hepatitis C at MSF’s Access Campaign. He first joined MSF in 2009 and has helped treat HIV and tuberculosis in many countries.
Engineer and operations researcher Andries Heyns used Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to help map Rohingya refugees living in camps