MSF paediatrician Carola Buscemi raises concerns about the COVID-19 response interfering with the treatment of measles for children in Sierra Leone.
35-year-old Zacharia Matichiang fled violence in his home in then Sudan in 1987, to Ethiopia then to Kakuma refugee camp in Kenyan in 1992. He was moved again to Dadaab refugee camp in 2006, where he stays to date.
30-year-old Fowzia Mohamed Abdule came to Dadaab in 1992 with her mother, two other siblings and her extended family, fleeing violence in Somalia.
Barthelemy is a Burundian refugee and staff member with MSF in Nduta camp, northwestern Tanzania, where MSF is the sole healthcare provider for 75,000 refugees. As a refugee himself, Barthelemy embarked on an extraordinary journey to reach safety and begin a new life with his family in Tanzania.
Dr Preceious has been with MSF for two years as a research medical doctor in the Lassa Fever project in Abaliki, Nigeria. Here she shares her experience.
One of our patients Amaechi-Egemba Emmanuel gives a testimony on his experience having been diagnosed with Lassa Fever and how he overcame it.
MSF mental health supervisor Dr Chinedu gives insight on why patients diagnosed with Lassa Fever need a mental health support structure.
MSF teams in different parts of the world, working locally in their own countries, are working overtime to combat the COVID-19 crisis
Statelessness generates vulnerabilities that are exploited by those who seek to benefit from the desperation of Rohingya refugees
Cristian Reynders, Project Coordinator for northwestern Syria, shares his thoughts on why COVID-19 in the context of war-torn Idlib could spell unmitigated disaster and what is needed to prepare for it.