MSF is an international humanitarian organisation providing medical care in more than 70 countries.
Since 1971, we have been treating people caught in complex crises and chronic healthcare emergencies around the world.
From our paediatric nurses to our off-road drivers, we are experts at working in fast-moving and highly-insecure environments. So, whether it's launching a rapid response or delivering community care, we go wherever we are needed most.
In 2022, we admitted more than 1.2 million people to our hospitals and held more than 16.2 million consultations, including at mobile clinics and in refugee camps.
Our vital work often hits the headlines when there's an emergency such as an earthquake, war or disease outbreak.
However, our teams are also running long-term medical programmes for vulnerable groups cut off from care, or speaking out about unseen suffering and the policies that cause it.
Around the world, 365 days a year, we are there even when the cameras are not.
What makes MSF different?
We are a global movement of nearly 63,000 people from over 160 countries. From surgeons to warehouse managers, in 2022 more than 50,000 of our staff were hired locally from the places we support.
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How does MSF spend money?
OF EVERY £ DONATED PAYS FOR HEALTHCARE
RAISED FOR EVERY £ SPENT ON FUNDRAISING
OF EVERY £ DONATED SPENT ON GENERAL SUPPORT COSTS