Press release: Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is dismayed at the high level of organised violence against civilians by armed groups in the Grimari and Bambari provinces of the Ouaka region in the Central African Republic (CAR).


Javid Abdelmoneim is a British doctor who just completed his fourth mission with MSF as part of South Sudan's flying team.


We speak to some of our patients and staff at a cholera treatment centre in Gudele, South Sudan.


Mary Keji talks about how local MSF cholera treatment centres were able to provide urgent treatment for her two children, Matthew and Ludia, who contracted cholera in Juba.


New cases of Ebola have been reported in Guinea and Sierra Leone. The virus has already affected more than 300 people in West Africa. Our medical teams are on the ground fighting to contain the Ebola outbreak.


In March, clinical psychologist Charlotte Yence returned from a five month mission in Iraqi Kurdistan, where MSF has worked in Syrian refugee camps since 2013. She set up mental healthcare programmes in the Kawargosk, Qushtapa and Darashakran camps, and here she tells us about some of her encounters.

Vickie Hawkins, Executive Director of MSF UK

PRESS RELEASE: MSF UK has a new UK Executive Director, Vickie Hawkins. She is the first British person to hold the position and she brings extensive field experience to the role.


PRESS RELEASE: We have just evacuated a number of staff members from the city of Ndélé in the north of CAR following fresh attacks on our staff and facilities.


MSF nurse Miriam Kasztura writes about her harrowing experiences in the Central African Republic. She witnessed violence and huge health needs but also meet many inspiring and committed people.


Yemeni nurse Abdulbaset Alzamar discusses how he managed to covertly keep MSF's HIV patients on their life-saving antiretroviral drugs as the capital, Sana'a, was torn apart by conflict.