Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we really do. This month, we are getting a clearer picture of the AIDS epidemic in Malawi and we visit our team in Jordan who are rebuilding shattered lives in the Middle East.
A man comes out of a mosque in the north of Syria. It is the main Muslim place of worship for Syrians forced to leave their homes and now living in a camp on the Turkish border. A few months ago, 4,000 people were staying in this temporary settlement – now there are around 10,000. Most live in tents, but Hussein Alwawi and his family have found refuge inside the local mosque.
MSF strongly condemns the destruction at its hospital in Pibor town, South Sudan, purposefully conducted to render the hospital inoperative.
MSF is treating survivors of a savage attack on Mpeti in the North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
MSF inaugurates a new clinic in Kibera South, Nairobi, Kenya. The centre offers comprehensive primary healthcare and maternity services integrated with the management of chronic diseases like HIV.
Overcrowding and poor living conditions in Iraq’s Domeez camp have led to a recent deterioration in refugees’ health. As the camp swells with new arrivals MSF has doubled its number of staff.
The conflict in Syria is extremely intense, with an estimated 6.8 million people in urgent need of assistance. Find out more about our work with our interactive maps.
Over the past four days MSF teams working in health facilities in Hangu, Kurram Agency and Lower Dir, together with Ministry of Health staff, have treated over 110 blast victims injured in election related violence.
A mobile MSF TB surgery mission has successfully completed surgery on six drug-resistant (DR) TB patients in Yeravan, Armenia – the first mobile TB surgery ever carried out by MSF.
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