The field coordinator for MSF’s prison project in Malawi says witnessing the gaps in healthcare for neglected people helps her lobby for change
An infection prevention and control specialist spent six months in Afghanistan where she trained staff at four MSF projects.
A South African emergency doctor spent three months working in Iraq, helping bring trauma care to people fleeing the war
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.