PRESS RELEASE: The escalation of violence in Central African Republic is undermining vital humanitarian assistance for people who are already suffering due to limited access to aid, MSF warned today.
MSF renews calls on the international community, especially UN agencies, to increase the response to the ongoing crisis.
An MSF team is putting the finishing touches to an inflatable hospital. The hospital is being set up in the compound of Bethany hospital, on the damaged seafront of Tacloban.
Justin James Warren Pambulan was the first baby delivered in MSF's makeshift maternity and labour room on the east coast of Samar island.
See What We See: Millions of people are still excluded from HIV/AIDS treatment even as the fight against the disease is hailed as one of the most successful public health projects in human history.
MSF teams have witnessed appalling conditions and a disastrous lack of medical assistance in reception centres for Syrian refugees in Sofia and Harmanli.
Family and sexual violence (FSV) has reached epidemic proportions across the globe. One woman in three will experience a form of sexual violence in her lifetime. In Papua New Guinea, however, the rates are significantly higher.
Ordinary people are caught up in the conflict engulfing Central African Republic. Villages have been burnt and thousands have fled. MSF's emergency coordinator, Rosa Crestini, witnessed the impact.
A new MSF hospital for mothers and children who fled violence in Syria has been opened in northern Jordan. New dad Mahmoud tells his family's story.
Surviours of the Philippines Typhoon tell their stories: "The wind was so strong that it blew off the roof of the house. We thought it was the last day of our lives. It’s difficult to describe the event, it is traumatic".