An 11 years old Afghan boy and a 47 year old Afghan man seeking refuge in Subotica, January 2015.

Press Release: MSF calls on Serbian authorities and EU member states to provide aid and protection to those in need


PRESS RELEASE: Following fierce clashes in Aleppo in recent days, the medical humanitarian organisation MSF urges all parties to the conflict to facilitate the evacuation of the wounded.


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.


Opinion and Debate: Clémentine Olivier argues that developing a real and functioning system of accountability towards beneficiaries is about more than simply instituting a mechanism for receiving complaints.


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 teams have admitted 93 patients with measles and launched a mass vaccination campaign.

MSF teams in South Sudan's Yida refugee camp are responding to a spike in measles cases with a mass vaccination campaign.


MSF is adapting its response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with mobile and reactive teams to combat new chains of contamination.

A child delivered at 32 weeks with a weight of 2.15 kilograms at Peshawar Women's Hospital.

From July to December 2014, Dr Yasmine Ley led the neonatal unit at MSF's obstetrics and gynaecology hospital in Peshawar, northern Pakistan. The following is a look back at her six-month mission.

An MSF doctor comforts an Ebola orphan in Gueckedou, Guinea.

The number of Ebola patients may be going down, but epidemiologist Amanda Tiffany, who works for the research arm of MSF, explains why every last contact needs to be traced to help bring the epidemic to an end.


PRESS RELEASE: Following the deadly tragedies which reportedly claimed 300 of lives as ships carrying migrants to reach Europe sank in the Mediterranean Sea, MSF calls on the EU to immediately reassess its policies on migrants and border controls, and to stop putting thousands of lives at stake.