People carry their belongings as they pass through a flooded street in Min Pyar township of Rakhine State, Myanmar, 02 August 2015.

After days of severe rains across swathes of Myanmar in the wake of Cyclone Komen, MSF is providing medical and non-medical aid to thousands of people affected by flooding.


Scenes from the conflict in Yemen, including the MSF-supported Ministry of Health hospital in Sa'ada City, damage from the aerial bombing campaign in Sana'a, and displaced people in Amran.


MSF is concerned about adequate access to clean water, sanitation and the availability of basic healthcare and nutritional services within the UN Protections of Civilians site in Bentiu.


PRESS RELEASE: Family doctors will be asked to use their skills and expertise to help some of the world’s most vulnerable patients as MSF and the Royal College of GPs launch a working partnership to place UK GPs in MSF projects around the world.


Dr Bertrand Draguez tells us what an effective Ebola vaccine means for the fight against the disease.


Over 130,000 people vaccinated against cholera in the overflowing Nyarugusu refugee camp in less than a week.

Members of the Mexican Federal Police (PF) face off with demonstrators during a protest demanding justice for 43 missing students in Acapulco, Mexico, 10 November 2014.

María Simón, MSF project coordinator, talks about our work in Acapulco, the world's third most violent city.


In June 2014, MSF began working in two of Malawi's central prisons. Photographer Luca Sola was granted access to follow our teams, who are treating both of the prisons' staff and inmates.


Over 200 people are currently incarcerated in Malawi prisons because of their status as undocumented migrants. Most were on their way to South Africa, hoping to flee harsh poverty and make a better life there.


Madeleine was one of the first patients at MSF’s new cholera treatment centre in Juba, South Sudan. Read her story.