Towards the end of October, there have been very heavy rains in Somalia and as a consequence, there has been a lot of flooding in many parts of the country, including in south and central Somalia.
Medical care and providing assistance to refugees is a life-long passion for Dr Sohur Mire, a Somali-Swedish medical professional and board member of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Southern Africa. This is her story.
MSF welcomes today’s ruling by the Kenyan High Court which has declared the closure of the world’s largest refugee camp, Dadaab, illegal.
The medical humanitarian organisation MSF announced today that it will no longer take funds from the European Union and Member States, in opposition to their damaging deterrence policies and intensifying attempts to push people and their suffering away from European shores.
30-year-old Sindebie Weda left her bush house to travel 250 kilometres in a heavy truck to Degehabur hospital to finally give birth.
It is feared that 2015 will be the deadliest year yet for those risking the Mediterranean crossing escaping their countries from conflict, instability, persecution...
Whenever you hear a news report from yet another global disaster area, somebody from MSF is usually in the thick of it.
MSF is today launching an educational website that provides unprecedented insight into its decisions during key humanitarian crises of the past 40 years.
With World Immunisation Week (April 20 – 26) drawing attention to vaccinations, Nicky Willemse turned the spotlight on Dr Seth Berkley,the United States medical doctor specialising in infectious disease epidemiology, who is chief executive of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (Gavi Alliance).
Medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is closing all its programmes in Somalia after 22 years in the country.