Visit MSF projects around the world and see what we really do. This month, we are getting a clearer picture of the AIDS epidemic in Malawi and we visit our team in Jordan who are rebuilding shattered lives in the Middle East.
Patient story: Thembi Ngcamphalala is an ‘expert patient’ for MSF in Swaziland’s remote Shiselweni region. Thembi shares her experiences and counsels people who are living with HIV/AIDS from a small clinic in the village of Dwaleni
Interview with ex-MSF nurse Kiiza Isaac. Kiiza describes his journey from catching the deadly Ebola virus in 2007 to working alongside MSF during the latest outbreak in Kagadi, western Uganda.
Interview with MSF project coordinator, Anne Garella, in Aden, Yemen. On Saturday, 4 August, a suicide bombing in Abyan killed more than 40 people. Anne discusses the ongoing violence and the difficulty people face in accessing healthcare.
A mobile team of MSF medics is travelling to remote villages in the unstable southeast of Central African Republic to find and treat people suffering from a neglected disease.
Henry Gray, MSF’s logistics emergency coordinator for the Ebola outbreak in Uganda, describes his team’s preparations to care for fearful patients and their families, and to help prevent the disease from spreading.
VIDEO: In the first of our Insight video packages we travel to Haiti to examine the lasting effects of the 2010 earthquake. We meet three girls being treated at MSFs Drouillard hospital in Port-au-Prince.
PRESS RELEASE: New epidemiological data from two refugee camps in Maban county, South Sudan show mortality and malnutrition rates soaring above emergency thresholds.