MSF exists to save lives by providing medical aid where it is needed most – in armed conflicts, epidemics, famines and natural disasters. All these situations call for a rapid response with specialised medical and logistical help. But, we also run longer-term projects, tackling health crises and supporting people where the need is greatest. We currently have projects running in over 60 countries.

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Aftermath of the attack on MSF's Kunduz hospital

A summary of MSF's work in Afghanistan and all the latest information surrounding the attack on our hospital in Kunduz.

An extremely critical health situation is unfolding in Borno State, in northeast Nigeria. At least 500,000 people are either displaced or cut off in enclaves outside the state capital of Maiduguri and are in urgent need of food, medical care, drinking water and shelter.

We have been working in South Sudan for more than 30 years, responding to conflict, neglected diseases and people excluded from healthcare.

Yemen is in the midst of a civil war and ordinary people are bearing the brunt of an increasingly brutal conflict.

Migrants are picked up and taken to the MY Phoenix, the boat on which the MSF team will work.

In 2015, we carried out search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean, providing lifesaving support to people in distress.