Two years ago armed militias attacked villages and smallholdings in the Jebel Marra mountains of Darfur. Over 23,000 IDPs now live in the camp in the village of Sortoni.
Q&A with Dr Gabriella Ferlazzo, TB/HIV advisor with the Southern Africa Medical Unit, the medical division of Doctors Without Borders South Africa
Christophe Biteau, MSF head of mission has been working in Libya since September 2017. Based on MSF activities to assist migrants and refugees in Bani Walid region and in detention centres located in Khoms and Misrata, he shares his analysis of current situation.
There are about 8,000 MSF nurses who are constantly at our patients’ side at all times to provide quality healthcare.
A basic sense of humanity is something Doctors Without Borders (MSF) tries to bring to any community it strives to help, and nurses make that possible on a daily basis.
Since the start of the “March of Return” movement, hundreds of severely wounded patients have flocked to MSF’s three medical clinics in Gaza, Palestine.
In Jharkhand, an Indian state known for its diverse tribal communities, the number of people that are malnourished is persistently higher than the national average.
Amidst the conflict in Pulka, north-east Nigeria, displaced people struggle to access basic amenities like safe water.
Two case studies of families in Deir ez-Zor who, after returning to the governorates of northeast Syria, were severely injured due to unexploded remnants of war, booby traps and landmines that they found in their homes.