MSF calls on countries with large numbers of people with DR-TB to urgently start implementing these new treatment guidelines
MSF teams on board the Aquarius are officially leaving the vessel and, with partner organisation SOS MEDITERRANEE, returning it to the ship's owner
Judith Elavian is a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) nurse, who recently returned after working in Nigeria for nine months in a project delivering sexual reproductive health services in the northern Jigawa state. This is a story of the day she learned that in Nigeria, a calabash is not just for drinking water as it is in her home country of Kenya.
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
Abandoned children now find themselves stuck, without their families, in what is effectively an open-air prison
An article on mental health care for rape survivors in South Africa by Yolanda Hanning, a psychologist with MSF in Rustenburg.