26-year-old nurse working with MSF in Mozambique lost her husband due to Cyclone Idai
Coming back from Yemen, Taiz, MSF Operations Manager Christian Katzer gives an account of the current situation, saying that wars affect everybody particularly women and children.
In late 2018, MSF staff, armed with paint and paintbrushes, arranged a day of fun and smiles for young patients in the four-bed paediatric ward in Kabinda Central Hospital in Kinshasa.
MSF logistician and community health worker Labana Steven is part of MSF’s emergency team working in Malawi’s Makhanga area to support thousands of people left affected by severe flooding with health and sanitation supplies.
More than 200 kilometres an hour swept down from the mountains on the night of 15 March, heralding after a long dry period the arrival of an immense cyclone, which dumped kilo-tonnes of water on Zimbabwe’s Manicaland province
Coordenador de emergências de Médicos Sem Fronteiras relata situação crítica na cidade de Beira, em Moçambique, e início das ações de socorro às vítimas do ciclone Idai
Shuvai Munyaradzi, a 24-year-old hairdresser from Hwiru village in Gutu is extremely happy that she was screened for early signs of cervical cancer and that she got preventive treatment after being detected with lesions on her cervix, an early sign of cervical cancer.
For the almost two million people forced to leave their homes in northeastern Nigeria over the past nine years