An MSF emergency response team has arrived in Lesbos, Greece - one of the two islands that actually has organised reception facilities as thousands of migrants remain stranded.
Numbers reach breaking point in refugee camp Nyarugusu in Tanzania as people continue to flee neighbouring Burundi.
MSF's response to the largest Ebola outbreak in history began more than 16 months ago and, despite progress made in the fight against the virus, Ebola stubbornly lives on.
MSF reinforces activities as the number of migrants and refugees between Greece and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia increase.
A new combination of drugs created to treat XDR-TB is having a significant impact on a group of patients who are in the midst of a two-year treatment to cure their disease.
MSF reaction to independent preliminary report assessing all aspects of the World Health Organisation’s response to the Ebola outbreak.
In Mbera camp, Mauritania, where nearly 50,000 Malian refugees have been staying since 2012, food distribution shortages is set to worsen the malnutrition situation in the camp.
As tensions and armed confrontations rise in Libya, MSF teams provide support to hospitals where medical needs are increasing.
Jasmin Mohammed Ali (26) is a teacher in the primary school in Qatabah and her sister Asia Mohammed Ali ( 25) talk about their daily life in Qatabah since the conflict erupted.