Despite the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring the largest-recorded Ebola epidemic a “health emergency,” the international effort to stem the outbreak is dangerously inadequate.
Project Coordinator Sarah Maynard describes the devastation she encountered upon returning to MSF's destroyed hospital in Leer
Opinion and Debate: Ivan Gayton asks if humanitarian organisations are complicit in denying people the right to asylum.
In pictures: Accessing healthcare in Afghanistan can be a difficult process, disrupted by violence, poor roads and unaffordable medical costs
PRESS RELEASE: After more than a decade of international aid and investment, access to basic and emergency medical care in Afghanistan remains severely limited and sorely ill-adapted to meet growing needs created by the ongoing conflict
PRESS RELEASE: At least 150 wounded people have been treated by MSF after a new wave of violence hit the town of Malakal, in Upper Nile state, South Sudan, on 18th February.
After an epidemic was announced, MSF have partnered with the Ministry of Health to vaccinate the children of Guinea
The TB epidemic in Ukraine is among the most severe in the European region, with nearly 700,000 people infected. MSF provides treatment to prisoners and ex-prisoners in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine in order to help tackle the growing epidemic of drug-resistant TB.
PRESS RELEASE: The extreme levels of violence against civilians and targeted killing of minority groups in the Central African Republic (CAR) illustrates the utter failure of international efforts to protect the population.