Advanced HIV is still a reality for people in Nsanje in Malawi, even in the midst of COVID-19. MSF'S Health Policy Advisor, Drew Aiken gives an account of his experience in Nsanje.
COVID-19 increases the needs and reduces access to assistance for refugees, asylum seekers, IDPs and migrants
In an effort to improve care for people with advanced HIV in Nsanje district, MSF and the Ministry of Health in Malawi have established a new operating model called the ‘circle of care’.
Everywhere around the world, we work with refugees and we see people who have lost everything and are struggling to have access to basic living conditions
MSF logistician and community health worker Labana Steven is part of MSF’s emergency team working in Malawi’s Makhanga area to support thousands of people left affected by severe flooding with health and sanitation supplies.
More than a million people are struggling to rebuild their lives in flood-affected parts of Mozambique, many of whom are in urgent need of assistance for the
Coordenador de emergências de Médicos Sem Fronteiras relata situação crítica na cidade de Beira, em Moçambique, e início das ações de socorro às vítimas do ciclone Idai
MSF medical teams already working in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe are responding to the emergency needs after heavy rains compounded by Cyclone Idai.