Dr Mercedes Tatay, MSF's International Medical Secretary, explains why health policies should focus on needs of individuals.
Monia captures her experience of the violence and highlights how life has changed over the course of the last two and a half years of conflict in Yemen.
Since late July 2017 fighting between ex-Seleka and Anti-balaka factions has once again set Batangafo and its surroundings on fire.
Fatima sits on the bed next to her 18-month-old son Ishaq, who is being treated at one of MSF's cholera treatment centres, Yemen.
A lucrative business of abduction, torture and extortion of migrants and refugees reduced to mere commodities is facilitated by repressive migratory policies, as Europe is prepared to do whatever it takes to contain arrivals of migrants.
Australian emergency medical coordinator for MSF, Kate White, reflects on how the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh has changed in recent weeks.
When we first heard about the initial cholera cases, I remember panicking quietly for about 10 minutes and then pulling myself together. No one in that part of Yemen had ever seen cholera before.
Sexual violence is a major problem in South Africa. Studies show that up to one in four women have been raped in their lifetime. Read some of the testimonies from victims of sexual violence from the Kgomotso Care MSF Centre in Rustenburg.
The first new drugs to be developed in 50 years were the last chance for some people with extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR TB) in the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation.
Emmanuelle Bricq is the health promotion supervisor for MSF’s Madagascar mission. She has worked with MSF during other epidemics and explains the importance of raising awareness among the population.