“It takes a lot to bring these children back to something approaching a normal life”
US asylum restrictions are deepening Mexican border crisis
Iraq’s displaced see no hope on the horizon
"Migration is not a crime. Saving lives is not a crime"
Open letter to the UN on the fate of refugees trapped in dangerous Libya
Aquarius forced to end operations as Europe condemns people to drown
Whether it be from the sky or on the ground, medical care is a target in Yemen
“When you add it all up, you’re looking at a devastating situation for the people of Yemen”
Bringing hope to sufferers of a neglected disease
Appeal lodged against decision to uphold Gilead’s patent on hepatitis C drug
Ebola spreads further into urban communities and isolated areas in North Kivu
“I can see my life going down and sinking into the oceans”
Medical report shows disastrous impact of Australia’s offshore processing policy
Report: Indefinite Despair
"I am one of you: I live with HIV and used to live with hepatitis C"
Mykolaiv project shows that hepatitis C can be effectively treated in people living with HIV
125 women and girls seek emergency assistance in Bentiu after horrific sexual violence
Spanish fishing boat blocked by EU authorities highlights search and rescue crisis
Paediatric emergency services in practice
Five things to know about our emergency paediatric project in Bissau
Mortality among malnourished children on the rise in Masisi
Treatment scale-down ahead?
UNAIDS report overlooks significant aspects of the global HIV response
Pharmaceutical corporations are failing children with HIV
How we deliver medical humanitarian assistance
Everywhere we work, the circumstances are unique. Nonetheless, our programmes generally follow a common set of practices designed to make sure our resources and expertise are used to maximum effect.