New report highlights dangerous new obstacles facing health care providers and patients in Haiti
Water, a source of life, can become a cause of disease for the most modest Haitians who don’t have access to good sanitation.
A Johannesburg-based administrative assistant spent six months working at a hospital in Tabarre in hurricane-hit Haiti.
Dr. Alan Gonzalez is from Mexico and joined MSF in 2009. Here he describes his experiences providing care to children suffering from pneumonia.
Following the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew, MSF launches a building material distribution campaign in Hati to benefit 10,000 families.
Interview with MSF doctor, Dr Danielle Perreault, after she and her team finally reached a village after an emergency call was made in
Three weeks after the hurricane struck Haiti, MSF continues to provide medical care, medical supplies and drinking water to communities that were most affected by the hurricane.
Meet MSF first-time Fieldworker Talia Zongia, who sees working with MSF as her opportunity to help make the world a better place, starting in hurricane devastated Haiti.