For MSF’s logisticians, the humble plastic tarpaulin is an indispensable piece of kit, used to make everything from fencing to guy ropes.


MSF has set up a project in South Africa to outpace the HIV epidemic, by bringing down the number of new HIV infections while simultaneously increasing the number of people on treatment.


MSF calls on Pfizer to match GSK’s move and offer the humanitarian community access to the lowest price available globally


British anaesthetist Rachel Craven has recently returned from mission to MSF's surgical hospital in Aden, Yemen.


Today, the United Nations General Assembly will bring together Member States for the first-ever Summit on Refugees and Migrants. Unless governments plan to radically alter their response and policies on refugees and migrants, this UN gathering will yield little more than feel-good rhetoric and empty promises.

Malnutrition is a recurrent and devastating emergency affecting hundreds of thousands of children in Chad every year.

A healthy baby boy was born today on board MV Aquarius, a search and rescue vessel run in partnership between MSF and SOS Mediterranee.

Crystal van Leeuwen, MSF medical team leader in Yemen

Crystal van Leeuwen, a nurse from Canada, is just back from seven months coordinating MSF's medical activities in Yemen.

Mustafa Karaman, physiotherapist

Mustafa Karaman volunteers as a physiotherapist in one of only eight functional hospitals in east Aleppo.

Smoke billows over shelled and destroyed buildings in the Saif al Dawle district of Aleppo. 2nd October 2012.

Al Zahraa hospital has this week been the latest hospital to be damaged by an airstrike in besieged east Aleppo, where 250,000 people are now trapped in an increasingly unsustainable situation.