Under threat of being removed from their current home, the Bedouin community in the east of Jerusalem are growing increasingly anxious. MSF is working to alleviate the burden of psychlogical problems amid continued tensions in the area.
More than 59,000 people are currently struggling to cope in Mauritania's Mbera refugee camp, where temperatures can reach up to 50 degrees Centigrade and food and water are scarce. Frederic Manantsoa Lai, MSF Head of Mission in Mbera, describes the situation.
Having quadruplets is never easy - but imagine trying to look after four new-born babies in a refugee camp. Hear from mum and dad Taghry and Massaya four months after Taghry gave birth in the desert.
In the six months since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, MSF teams have provided care for emergency and everyday health problems in hospitals and mobile clinics, delivered clean water and helped to repair sewerage systems and health centres in some of the worst affected areas.
An MSF team is providing medical care in the Solomon Islands to people displaced from their homes by devastating flash floods in early April.
Opinion and Debate: Sandrine Tiller argues that despite there being an urgent need to improve how humanitarian agencies respond to emergencies, certification is not the solution.
MSF doctor Florien Oudenaarden looks back at a time of extreme violence, displacement and change
PRESS RELEASE: Following the massacre in Boguila and abuses against civilians, MSF reduces medical activities in the Central African Republic (CAR) and related projects in neighbouring countries.
Although recent days have seen fewer Ebola patients in Guinea the outbreak is not over and full teams remain in place to deal with a spike in new cases.
In April 2014, an estimated 90,000 people from South Sudan had settled in Ethiopia’s Gambella region. In Lietchuor camp, MSF has set up an in-patient department with an intensive therapeutic feeding centre, an out-patient department and a maternity ward.