Thousands of patients now at risk as MSF is forced to halt activities in Donetsk area.


Immediate termination of MSF medical activities in Donetsk will have life-threatening consequences for thousands of people


Since early October, when tensions and violence spiralled in Hebron, the largest city in the West Bank, teams from MSF have treated five times their usual number of patients for mental health problems, the medical humanitarian organisation said today.


This month we look to work with refugees in Calais, children struck by measles in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), conflict and cholera in Nigeria and the plight of civilians in Yemen. We also look at vaccinations in emergencies and the bombing of our hospital in Afghanistan.


More than 3,000 people are stranded in no man’s land between the Serbian and Croatian border with no access to shelter or hygiene facilities.


For the fourth time in five years, MSF medical teams are responding in Bokoro, in the Hadjer-Lamis region of central Chad. This is one boy's story.


Chad is in the grip of malnutrition crises. There are estimates that some 3.4 million people lack reliable access to food, with 495,000 children across the country at risk of acute malnutrition.


PRESS RELEASE: MSF is urging the US to consent to an international inquiry into the devastating airstrikes on MSF's hospital in Kunduz.

With more than 20,000 cases and 300 deaths officially reported in 2015, the measles outbreak in Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is the largest since 2011.

Opinion and Debate: MSF UK's director Vickie Hawkins argues that the World Humanitarian Summit must put the needs of people first, rather than the interests of governments.


MSF has commemorated the second anniversary of the opening of its Emergency Trauma Surgical Project, which provides quality medical treatment to Syrian war-wounded patients, in Al-Ramtha Government Hospital in northern Jordan.