Interview with Pascal Piquet, MSF logistician in Gueckedou, Guinea. He is part of an MSF team responding to the Ebola outbreak.

Eighteen-year-old Rose is the first patient to be cured and allowed to leave the medical ward in Guéckédou.

IDP Camp Tomping, Juba, South Sudan

PRESS RELEASE: In a shocking display of indifference, senior United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) officials have refused to improve living conditions for 21,000 displaced people living in a flood-prone part of a UN compound, exposed to waterborne diseases and potential epidemics.

During the Rwandan genocide, Rachel Kiddell-Monroe was a head of mission for MSF in Democratic Republic of Congo. Here, she recounts her experiences during the atrocities that claimed more than 800,000 lives.

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Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we do. This month we look to Guinea, Central African Republic, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cambodia as well as looking back on the Rwandan genocide.

PCV Vaccination Campaign in Yida Camp

New MSF study shows a tetanus vaccine remains effective for up to a month when used outside of a strict cold chain

Siyabulela Qwaka, XDR TB Survivor

Recently cured XDR-TB patient describes the side effects and struggles of living with DR-TB

A new strain of the Ebola virus is having no impact on MSF's work in Liberia and Guinea

Portraits from an MSF Vaccination Campaign at the Yida Refugee Camp in South Sudan.

Refugees fleeing violence in CAR in southern Chad

Vaccines are among our most important medical tools for protecting the health of children. And yet, vaccines are also extremely challenging to use in developing countries.

Most vaccines must be kept at 2-8°C (35-46°F), or they will spoil. Storing, transporting and administering them in conditions where Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) works are some of our biggest logistical challenges.

Lebanon -Providing medical care to Syrian refugees in the Bekaa Valley

The civil war in Syria means that refugees are often unable to access medicines for chronic diseases, which can lead to serious complications

Refugees fleeing violence in CAR in southern Chad

CAR refugees describe their difficult journeys to Chad

A first person account of the Ebola outbreak by Michel Van Herp, an MSF epidemiologist working in Guinea. 

I received a message at home in Brussels about this strange disease which had broken out in Guédeckou, in southern Guinea.

They thought that perhaps it was Lassa fever, but when I received a description of the patients' symptoms, it was clear to me that we were talking about Ebola. A couple of days later I was in Guinea.

Malakal South Sudan 2014

Over a million people have been displaced in 100 days of violence.

Violence in Boguila as MISCA escort of convoy of Muslim refugees, forces thousands flee into the bush.