After more than two decades, Jacir´s life story was reconnected to MSF, when he received treatment for COVID-19 from our team at the Boa Vista field hospital
Syria: 20 surgeries in four years
Eight years ago, Amal Abdullah's life in Syria was turned upside down afer being injured in a bombing. This animation tells the amazing story of her injury and recovery.
Libya: A crisis within a crisis
Between 700,000 and one million migrants are estimated to live in Libya
COVID-19: MSF opens a 100-bed treatment centre in hard-hit Bihar
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to rise in India, MSF today opened a 100-bed temporary treatment centre for COVID-19 patients in Patna
COVID-19: MSF opens field hospital in South Africa township
MSF has opened a COVID-19 field hospital in Khayelitsha, South Africa. With over half a million residents, this township located just outside of Cape Town is among the districts worst impacted by COVID-19.
DRC: The emergency team fighting a deadly measles epidemic
Deputy project coordinator Jake Leyland describes MSF's work across the country, including that of the Pool d'Urgence Congo, or PUC, a rapid-response emergency team
Webinar: Confronting COVID-19 in the UK and beyond
For the first time in the organisation's history, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is responding in the UK supporting a centre providing COVID-19 care to London’s homeless community
COVID-19: Tackling the virus in East Africa
The first cases of COVID-19 were reported in East African countries in the middle of March 2020 and since then numbers have been gradually increasing in the region.
Coping with coronavirus: Three ways to stay calm and collected
Many of us are losing sleep these days—bombarded with news and information about the new coronavirus outbreak.
MSF explainer: The world's largest measles outbreak
Explained: The world's largest measles outbreak
While some viral diseases like COVID-19 and Ebola make headlines, most people don’t know that measles remains a leading killer of young children in many parts of the world.