MSF is providing much needed medical and psychological care to victims of sexual violence in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, one of the world's most violent cities.
Opinion and Debate: MSF's humanitarian affairs advisor Clémentine Olivier argues that humanitarian assistance planning should not simply rely on preventing a crisis from happening in the first place.
A vaccine against cholera is being used on a large scale for the first time in Ethiopia by teams from MSF, to vaccinate South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia.
Omar Ahmed, a field coordinator for MSF, has just returned from two months working in Ndele, CAR, in a region that has long been neglected by the authorities and which is currently home to some 3,000 displaced people.
It is with great sorrow that MSF confirms that two of our colleagues, a Guinean outreach worker and a Liberian nurse, have passed away.
Project Coordinator Will Harper describes the situation in Iraq, the MSF response and the challenges ahead.
MSF UK's Emma Vehvilainen argues that whilst the West worries about Ebola, many are ignoring a far bigger threat to their health.
The MSF team based in Bangui General Hospital have treated 31 wounded in a single day and are working hard to deal with a high influx of patients.
Despite the World Health Organisation declaring the largest-recorded Ebola epidemic a “health emergency,” the international effort to stem the outbreak is dangerously inadequate.
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