Ten-year-old Moffat was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in January this year (2019). His mother, Mrs Sibanda shares his experience.
Viola Makore testifies from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
El Salvador cannot guarantee to receive asylum seekers or migrants deported with guarantees when it is not able to guarantee the safety of its own population.
A patient testimony from our Manicaland NCD project where MSF is providing treatment and care to patients with diabetes and hypertension.
Limited access to the Ebola vaccine(s) is preventing the population of north-eastern DRC from benefiting from key tools that may decrease Ebola mortality rates and save lives.
More than 95 per cent of people started on oral antiviral medication can be cured of hepatitis C, but currently, access to diagnosis and treatment remains low in Pakistan.
In Bujumbura, Burundi, MSF staff treats about 2,000 patients every month in its trauma centre “L’Arche de Kigobe”.
Syrian doctor Mohammad Al Youssef has worked with MSF since 2014 to provide life-saving treatment for people who have undergone kidney transplants.
A lack of legal status for Rohingya and other undocumented migrants in Malaysia is a major cause of their continued vulnerability, particularly regarding their access to healthcare and self-reliance.