Over the past week, our teams have provided emergency medical and psycho-social assistance to 125 women and girls who were raped, beaten and brutalised
The Khayelitsha World AIDS Day event hopes to change stigma, fear and misconceptions that still persist around HIV/AIDS
1st December 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, an international day observed since the 1980’s when HIV diagnosis was a certain death sentence and life-saving antiretrovirals were a distant dream. MSF's HIV advocacy coordinator, Florence Anam, will be joining health staff in MSF’s HIV and TB projects across sub-Saharan Africa, in parts of Asia and Eastern Europe in reflecting on an uncertain future.
The huge numbers of patients with complex and serious gunshot wounds are overwhelming the healthcare system in Gaza, leaving thousands in danger of infection and disability.
MSF calls for urgent action by government as national survey finds survivors failed by absent, inadequate services
MSF is extremely worried for its patients and staff threatened by fighting very close to its facilities in Hodeidah
MSF strongly condemns the decision by Italian judicial authorities to request the seizure of the Aquarius for alleged anomalies in its disposal of on-board waste. It is a disproportionate and unfounded measure, purely aimed at further criminalising lifesaving medical-humanitarian action at sea.
Alpha Diallo, MSF Water and Sanitation Specialist, talks about the fight against Ebola in North Kivu, DRC.