MSF's logistician, Yann Geay, talks about what brought him to MSF, the challenges and rewards he has experienced.
Laurent Seale, 29, a logistics supply coordinator from Cape Town, recently helped refugees and migrants in Serbia who made the perilous journey across the Me
Its been 6 month since two horrific earthquakes hit Nepal, during this time MSF conducted over 2,500 health consultations and over 7,000 psychological consultations.
On Tuesday 2nd June, three of our colleagues (Sandeep, Jessica, and Sher) lost their lives in a helicopter crash in Nepal. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to their families and loved ones.
MSF teams are running mental health activities to people affected by the two devastating earthquakes in Nepal. MSF psychologist Kamini Deshmukh explains that one of the main activities she does is ‘psychological first aid’.
A few weeks before the monsoon rains starts, MSF races against time to reach remote villages with medical supplies and shelter material.
MSF treat people in remote villages of Nepal and use a helicopter to transport patients to an inflatable hospital in Arughat Bazaar.
Nepal has been hit by two earthquakes in less than three weeks, killing thousands, injuring tens of thousands, and leaving millions more with the burden of rebuilding their lives.
A second earthquake hit Nepal yesterday, this time with an epicentre 80km east of Kathmandu, in Dolakha district.