News

Country

Sort by:

Statement
A team working for MSF were victims of a violent armed robbery on Tuesday 24 April.
Article
The new MSF malaria project in Kouroussa, Guinea, is preparing for the malaria peak, which strikes...
Testimony
Sébastien Jagla, MSF project coordinator in the north of Democratic Republic of Congo, describes...
Updates
Article
“Our teams respond to the medical needs of the South Sudanese refugees and the local community,...
Article
Having fled indescribable violence in Myanmar, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh must now contend...
Article
“Because medical facilities in the area have been abandoned or repurposed for other uses, this...
Updates
Article
“New arrivals tell us of attacks at night, and a small number have deep cuts and wounds. Many...
Article
“We have treated patients who have been shot, stabbed, beaten, burned in their homes and raped.”
Gallery
MSF's Pictures of the Year collection looks back on a year of providing medical care in extreme...
Article
When people simply don’t have the means to pay either formal or informal healthcare fees, they are...
Report
Article
Between 12-15 December the Universal Health Coverage Forum 2017 will take place Tokyo, Japan.
Article
“This is the first time that Marburg fever has been diagnosed in these districts of Uganda, but...
Crisis Update
The conflict between the Nigerian military and armed opposition groups known as Boko Haram has been...
Article
More than two million people have fled their homes, with little chance of returning in the near...
Interview
People were highly emotional and in shock: many had lost family members to extreme violence or had...
Testimony
"I can confirm that the humanitarian response to this crisis has been vastly inadequate for a...

Pages