• Refugees from CAR seek shelter in DRC

    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.

  • Clinical Trials in Guéckédou, Guinea

    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.

  • Migrant Route Augusta Italy 2014

    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.

  • Asylum seeker in Serbia, JAN 2015

    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.

  • Take a look at our work around the world and see what we really do. This month we focus on Sierra Leone, Malawi and Ukraine. We also take a look at Ebola clinical trials, we hear from Dr Nathalie Roberts - who has coordinated medical teams in Syria from outside the country, and we look at a displaced people's camp in Pakistan.

  • Conflict effect on population. Donetsk region, Ukraine JAN 2015

    The industrial city of Gorlovka in eastern Ukraine has been under constant shelling, its hospitals are overwhelmed with the wounded, and medical supplies have run out, leaving doctors to stitch up patients with fishing line. MSF surgeon Michael Roesch describes what he's witnessed since arriving in Ukraine.





MSF has opened two Ebola treatment centres in response to the epidemic raging in Boende health zone, Democratic Republic of Congo.


MSF has been forced to stop its activities almost entirely in the city of Batangafo, in northern Central African Republic (CAR).


Johnson-Boie's brother Eric sadly passed away after contracting the Ebola virus in Liberia on 23rd August. Eric is one of three of our colleagues who died in the space of a week from the deadly disease.


Ella Watson-Syker, a health promoter in MSF's emergency intervention in Sierra Leone, tells the story of a young girl, one of the many victims of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.


After three months running the maternity ward at MSF's hospital in Nasir, South Sudan, it was almost time for midwife Patricia van der Dennen to return home. But then fighting reached the town.

MSF teams are working around the clock to battle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Here, a member of staff is disinfected in our Foya centre in Liberia.

PRESS RELEASE: MSF denounces international inaction in Ebola-stricken African countries; states must deploy specialised medical assets now


Video and full text of MSF International President Dr Joanne Liu's speech to the United Nations calling for member states to deploy civilian and military assets with expertise in bio-hazard containment in West Africa.


MSF psychologists have been providing mental health support to injured Palestinians after weeks of violence in the West Bank.


After the escape of one of our abducted colleagues, MSF asks for help to find the three other members of our team who were taken more than a year ago.


Hospitals are shelled, ambulances are taken by armed groups, civilians are injured, and as the conflict spreads, there are few safe places to hide. MSF emergency coordinator Colette Gadenne, just back from the Donetsk region, describes the escalating humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine.