Testimonies and Stories from the field

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"I have rarely seen so many people, hundreds of thousands, living in makeshift shelters, stranded...
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"In 2017, torture is still used in countries all over the world, but the global medical community...
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"As a result of intercommunal conflict, villagers left their homes in the hope of finding safety...
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The fighting continues in Libya, a country fragmented by a multitude of power centres. Doctor...
Interview
"In Mali, there is not a single crisis; there is an overlap of crises that adds up to a chronic...
Testimony
Nigerian refugees in Cameroon are being forcibly returned to northeast Nigeria. In March 2017,...
Interview
Mohammed Ali Aboud speaks about his family's plight and the daily difficulties they endure.
Interview
"The civilian population is paying a very high price. The war is also having other effects: fear,...
Testimony
Testimonies gathered on 18 March from two MSF surgeons working in the field trauma centre.
Testimony
Francis Ronyo worked as a nurse in MSF’s Wau Shilluk hospital for two years. He was one of the...
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Sara Ferrer, a nurse who is coordinating the medical projects of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in...
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On International Women’s Day 2017, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) celebrates the women of...
Testimony
Swaziland has one of the highest rates of TB and multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) worldwide and 80...
Interview
Jean François Saint-Sauveur, MSF medical director, ​​has just returned from Borno State, where he...
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Over 290,000 people live in refugee camps in Tanzania's northwestern Kigoma district.
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"The gratitude from our patients is humbling and, as heavy as the air is in pockets here, we are...

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