Over 100 people are missing, many feared drowned in today shipwreck off Libya
Desperate living conditions and lack of protection in Pulka are exacerbating people’s acute mental health needs. There is an urgent need for reinforcement of the humanitarian response in Pulka.
Zimbabwean lawyer, Karsten Noko spent nearly two years working with MSF in Nigeria where he found motivation in how his team pulled together to bring medical care where it was needed most.
Sam Turner, MSF Head of Mission in Libya, recounts a night in which our worst fears would come to pass. The forced return of people fleeing Libya must stop.
The Central African population is suffering from various forms of human violence caused by the socio-political crisis that the country has been going through for the past 6 years, including sexual violence.
MSF announces the resumption of life-saving search and rescue operations in the Central Mediterranean, and condemns the criminal inaction of European governments.
The team in Walikale, DRC have seen first-hand the devastating impact of sexual violence and unsafe abortion can have on their patients. Together they're ensuring that the services MSF offers can help. Midwife Claire reflects.
Marion Robinson worked as a psychologist at the MSF hospital in Qayyarah, a town some 70 kilometres from Mosul, in Iraq’s Ninewa governorate. It had been under the control of the Islamic State (IS) group for two and a half years before the Iraqi army retook control of the area at the end of August 2016.