PRESS RELEASE: Escalating fighting in South Sudan is exposing civillans to widespread violence and severely restricting the provision of desperately needed aid, MSF said today.


Seventeen-year-old football prodigy Mohamed fled Syria after a bomb killed his teammate. We met him in the migrants' reception centre in Pozzallo, Italy.


A meningitis epidemic sweeping across Niger has already infected more than 6,500 people and claimed 443 lives according to the authorities. MSF doctor Clément Van Galen, in Niamey, reports on our emergency response.


Take a look at our work around the world and see what we really do. This month we take a look at the earthquakes in Nepal, the conflict in Yemen, survivors of Boko Haram violence in Chad and burns patients in Haiti.


Ahlam is a 22-year-old mother from Dara’a, Syria. Both of her two children were born at the MSF mother and child hospital in Irbid, Jordan. This is their story.


Heavy fighting between Afghan forces and armed opposition groups in the northern-eastern province of Kunduz is increasingly isolating people living in the districts from the provincial capital, where MSF) trauma centre has been receiving wounded patients.


Elysee was abandoned by everyone – by her friends and her family – when she was diagnosed with HIV. She arrived very weak in MSF’s Kabinda hospital, in Kinshasa, where the most advanced cases of HIV are treated.

A frenetic scene inside MSF's emergency surgical unit in Aden, Yemen.

This testimony from an anonymous member of the MSF team in Aden sheds light on a city that is affected by both airstrikes and battles on the ground.


MSF teams have provided medical care for 127 women who have been raped in a town in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after an attack by dozens of armed militiamen.


A meningitis epidemic which has stretched across several regions of Niger has killed 352 people so far, with a total of 5,273 cases recorded by the health authorities since January.