A South African MSF doctor spent six months working in a Malawian prison where living conditions put inmates’ health at great risk
Joyce Njenga, a Kenyan midwife recently returned from Jahun, in northern Nigeria where MSF runs a maternal and child healthcare programme.
A Rwandan finance manager says he wanted to join MSF since he saw fieldworkers help people during the violence of the 1994 genocide and its aftermath.
Elizabeth Aruwa, a Kenyan doctor spent a year treating complicated cases of HIV near the Zimbabwean capital, Harare.
MSF Southern Africa’s Finance Director Zanele Dhludhlu first joined the organisation as a logistician in 2006. More than a decade later, she reflects on the solidarity, activism, and independence that remains at the heart of MSF’s work.
Seven months in South Sudan gets a first-time fieldworker from Zimbabwe to see how the principles of MSF come to life.
A South African advocacy manager Fezile Kanju, met health groups and academics in Pakistan to discuss ways to tackle the hepatitis C virus.
A Johannesburg-based administrative assistant spent six months working at a hospital in Tabarre in hurricane-hit Haiti.
Sellah Moraa, Project Coordinator from the Manzini project in Swaziland, shares how MSF goes ‘above & beyond’ to ensure patients with TB receive world class treatment