Interview with Pascal Piquet, MSF logistician in Gueckedou, Guinea. He is part of an MSF team responding to the Ebola outbreak.

Eighteen-year-old Rose is the first patient to be cured and allowed to leave the medical ward in Guéckédou.

IDP Camp Tomping, Juba, South Sudan

PRESS RELEASE: In a shocking display of indifference, senior United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) officials have refused to improve living conditions for 21,000 displaced people living in a flood-prone part of a UN compound, exposed to waterborne diseases and potential epidemics.

During the Rwandan genocide, Rachel Kiddell-Monroe was a head of mission for MSF in Democratic Republic of Congo. Here, she recounts her experiences during the atrocities that claimed more than 800,000 lives.


Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we do. This month we look to Guinea, Central African Republic, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Cambodia as well as looking back on the Rwandan genocide.

Iraq - Mental health care for Syrian refugees

As the humanitarian situation inside Syria continues to worsen, mental health needs among refugees fleeing to Iraq are steadily increasing, said MSF ahead of World Mental Health Day on Thursday, 10th October.

PRESS RELEASE: MSF calls on members of the European Union to recognise the human cost of their repressive migration policies as a delegation arrives in Lampedusa

MSF has extended its reconstructed plastic surgery programme in the occupied Palestinian territories in order to help more victims of trauma, domestic accidents and burns.

Chad - Malaria emergency in Massakory

Spectacular results are in for a malaria prevention campaign led by MSF in Chad. While responding to a rise in malaria in the country, MSF has seen 70 percent fewer cases after distributing a preventive treatment for the disease.

DRC displaced pupulation in Kalonge (South Kivu)

PRESS RELEASE: At least ten people have died of rabies following an outbreak in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo

PRESS RELEASE: MSF has limited its medical activities in and around Mweso after a succession of incidents where staff were intimidated, patients threatened, medical vehicles stopped and searched and hospital grounds violated.

It has been 11 days since the first of two severe earthquakes hit the Awaran area of Balochistan province, Pakistan. Despite daily discussions with the Government of Pakistan, MSF has not yet been granted permission to work in the affected area.

MSF is today launching an educational website that provides unprecedented insight into its decisions during key humanitarian crises of the past 40 years.

Iraq - Medical care for Syrian crossing the Iraqi Kurdistan border

Since the conflict in Syria began, over two million people have sought refuge in neighbouring countries. MSF has been working in northern Iraq to respond to this situation since May 2012.

North Kivu - August 2013

PRESS RELEASE: Following violent attacks against civilians MSF has provided emergency healthcare to 80 people and treated nine victims of sexual violence in Lwibo.