Ten-year-old Moffat was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in January this year (2019). His mother, Mrs Sibanda shares his experience.
Viola Makore testifies from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
A patient testimony from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
Syrian doctor Mohammad Al Youssef has worked with MSF since 2014 to provide life-saving treatment for people who have undergone kidney transplants.
West Mosul's, Iraq, healthcare system remains fragile with thousands of families struggling to access quality affordable health care.
Since "The Great March of Return", more than 7,400 Palestinians have been shot by the Israeli army, and MSF has treated more than 4,600 of them.
Three months after a violent attack by unknown assailants on its office in Maïné Soroa, in southeastern Niger’s Diffa region, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has been forced to stop providing medical and humanitarian assistance to people in the area.
Sam Turner, MSF Head of Mission in Libya, recounts a night in which our worst fears would come to pass. The forced return of people fleeing Libya must stop.
An estimated 150 people drowned whilst fleeing Libya bringing this year’s toll in the Central Mediterranean Sea to at least 576 people. This entirely avoidable loss of life highlights the desperate lack of search and rescue capacity and the terrible plight of those fleeing Libya.