A woman walks along a rooftop in a slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2012.

Victims of recent arson attacks in Dhaka, Bangladesh, are now able to access psycho-social care from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF).


A little more than a year after the current conflict started in South Sudan, the humanitarian situation remains dire. Obstetric nurse Siobhan O’Malley has provided healthcare in both Malakal and Bentiu, key towns hardest hit by the fighting. Here she reflects on working on the frontline.


Thousands of people fleeing violence in the contested border area between Sudan and South Sudan are in desperate need of food, water and medical care.


PRESS RELEASE: A trial of the experimental Ebola drug brincidofovir in Liberia has been halted due to a significant drop in the number of new Ebola cases


MSF is deeply shocked and saddened by the killing of Paulin Langbazounga, a colleague from the Comité de Gestion Sanitaire in Central African Republic.


MSF is preparing to respond to potential violence in northern Nigeria in the lead up to the presidential elections next month.

Berita and her baby

Read the incredible story of Makhanga village's newest arrival, born in the aftermath of the worst floods in Malawi's living memory.


Australian epidemiologist Jenn Duncombe returned from battling Ebola on Christmas Day and is now thinking about her time in West Africa.


A new maternity unit for pregnant women with Ebola – or those suspected of having Ebola – has been opened within an Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone by MSF.


Access to people trapped in conflict areas has been systematically denied by the authorities in Sudan, therefore the Brussels-based operational centre of MSF today announces that it has been forced to close its activities in the country.