In response to the increasingly dire humanitarian situation after 10 months of conflict in Ukraine, we have rapidly expanded medical activities in the hardest-hit areas on both sides of the frontline.


PRESS RELEASE: MSF's multimedia feature, 'Because Tomorrow Needs Her', explores multiple health challenges affecting women.


Providing medical care has become increasingly difficult for MSF teams in Bambari, CAR, as violence and conflict continue to devastate the region.


Thousands of refugees who have fled violence in Central African Republic are now struggling to survive in desperate conditions in Equateur province, northern Democratic Republic of Congo.


This week, MSF will begin a vaccination campaign in Batangafo; the largest internally displaced persons camp in Central African Republic.


Opinion and Debate: Jens Pedersen argues that the World Humanitarian Summit 2016 will be more about adapting the world to the poor fitness of the humanitarian system, rather than improving the system to make it fit for purpose.


French research institute INSERM have released the initial results of a clinical trial of the experimental drug favipiravir, stating that it reduces mortality among patients with low levels of infection, but is ineffective for those with high viral loads.


An estimated 140,000 Malawians affected by the floods remain in very high need of medical services in the hard-to-reach Nsanje and East Bank areas, with cholera representing the most immediate threat.


Opinion and Debate: The Egyptian Ambassador to the UK has warned Britain that ‘boats full of terrorists’ will enter Europe if action is not taken against the Islamic State in Libya. But this politically expedient argument is as disingenuous as it is dangerous, argues Jonathan Whittall.


Photostory: Migrating refugees in Serbia receive limited assistance because of the failure of the system to provide protection to most of them. The following is a glimpse into the lives of refugees in Subotica, Serbia.