A Congolese doctor spent five months treating patients at a mother and child healthcare facility in Sierra Leone.
A Malawian HR manager has spent a decade navigating the cultural and administrative challenges where MSF works.
A TB nurse activity manager and her team used all available means to treat patients in remote areas of Papua New Guinea.
MSF’s health promotion activity manager in Yambio, South Sudan is helping HIV-positive patients in rural communities.
A Kenyan psychologist led a team of MSF counsellors treating rape survivors in slums in the Indian capital, New Delhi.
An experienced logistician worked for MSF in southeast Niger where battles with Boko Haram have displaced thousands.
A South African midwife helps bring free maternal healthcare to vulnerable women in Lebanon’s refugee camps.
After surviving the U.S. military attack on MSF’s Kunduz Trauma Centre in Afghanistan, an operating theatre nurse from Stellenbosch went straight back into the field to help people fleeing violence, this time in South Sudan.
Meet MSF fieldworker Alice Otiato, who is Project Coordinator at Epworth Clinic on the outskirts of Harare, Zimbabwe.
MSF’s medical team leader in Monguno, northeast Nigeria, is helping displaced communities caught on the frontlines of the conflict between Boko Haram and the military