Saving lives is non-negotiable. Saving lives is what MSF does, what we will continue to fight for
In Kule live 54,000 South Sudanese who escaped the war in their country. Christine Tasnier tells in a first-hand account about the medical work, patient stories and the living situation in the camp.
MSF psychologist Kadar Muktar Moalim shares the importance of parents and caretakers involvement in improving children’s mental health
"While I make my coffee and plan for the workday ahead, the pilots are busy with their own morning routine: slicing through the sky above my head and often dropping the bombs that shake the ground beneath my feet"
A written testimony of nine years old Aïcha who lives in Kindjandi displacement camp, in Diffa, southeast Niger.
"Whenever there are clashes here, they come and they rape women. Pregnant women, and also children and old women.”
Auteur : Florence Anam, coordinatrice du plaidoyer sur le VIH, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) / Doctors Without Borders
1st December 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, an international day observed since the 1980’s when HIV diagnosis was a certain death sentence and life-saving antiretrovirals were a distant dream. MSF's HIV advocacy coordinator, Florence Anam, will be joining health staff in MSF’s HIV and TB projects across sub-Saharan Africa, in parts of Asia and Eastern Europe in reflecting on an uncertain future.