Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams in the Palestinian enclave are coping with the arduous task of replacing the centimetres of bones pulverised by Israeli bullets in the bodies of protesters. The limited resources available on site, however, make it impossible to provide a viable solution for many of them – this is why referrals to hospitals abroad are a necessary part of the equation.
Mental health issues are on the rise in almost all of MSF’s treatment centres across East and Horn of Africa
As the conflict in Yemen enters its fourth year, MSF has put together a series of seven short videos that illustrate the devastating situation – through the
Almost six months after the declaration of the Ebola epidemic in north-eastern DRC, response teams on the ground, including MSF are still struggling to gain control of the outbreak.
In Liberia, MSF teams have seen that investing in community-based care can make a huge difference in the lives of people suffering from severe mental illnesses.
An MSF team went to Bodo yesterday to start providing support to the 8000 people who arrived from Rann
Humanitarian response in terms of shelter, food, protection and water and sanitation is inadequate and should be increased and improved across Borno State
Despite election-related and other insecurities, MSF teams are still on the ground in North Kivu, DRC, treating Ebola
The displacement of refugees’ strains resources and compounds existing difficult livelihoods of host communities, thereby expanding the humanitarian needs for both the host and refugee population