In Tete, Mozambique, the number of cholera cases is on the rise. MSF is responding by implementing water and sanitation initiatives and working with local leaders to ensure they are used effectively.


MSF is beginning activities to assist Nigerian refugees fleeing Boko Haram attacks in Chad, where up to 18,000 people have sought shelter.


Doctor A. is the director of a key field hospital in Al Houleh in north Homs, an area with around 90,000 people living under siege. Here, he tells of his experience living and working in the midst of conflict.

A man holds a child in his arms in Aleppo, Syria, following an airstrike.

PRESS RELEASE: As the war in Syria enters its fifth year, desperately-needed aid is failing to reach millions of people who are trapped by the conflict, and a massive increase in medical assistance is required, MSF said today.

People react after a missile attack in Aleppo, Syria, 30th March 2013.

The conflict in Syria remains extremely violent and the needs are off the scale. MSF should be running some of the largest medical programmes in its 44-year history. Why isn’t it? MSF International President Dr Joanne Liu explains.


MSF's Lee Butler speaks to expectant mothers in our Waiting Mothers' Lodge, a long term maternal care residence in Roma, Lesotho.


Lee Butler tells of the impacts of MSF's mobile family planning project in Roma, Lesotho.


In response to the increasingly dire humanitarian situation after 10 months of conflict in Ukraine, we have rapidly expanded medical activities in the hardest-hit areas on both sides of the frontline.


PRESS RELEASE: MSF's multimedia feature, 'Because Tomorrow Needs Her', explores multiple health challenges affecting women.


Providing medical care has become increasingly difficult for MSF teams in Bambari, CAR, as violence and conflict continue to devastate the region.