Souleman was rescued from a rubber boat in distress, along with his wife Layla and two-year-old son Cillian. This is his message to Europe.
Measles in Mali: Prevention is better than cure
Due to insecurity and displacement, vaccination coverage has been low in the region of Timbuktu for several years, and the number of people at risk of catching measles is high
Brazil: Reconnected by COVID after 20 years
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.