Gaining the trust of a community can be just as vital as offering high quality medical care. Sarah blogs from Bajaur in the north-west of Pakistan...
Sarah is a doctor working for MSF in a small hospital in Bajaur, in the north-west of Pakistan. She blogs about a patient who helped her answer an important question...
MSF doesn't just need doctors. Stine blogs about her work as an HR manager in Pakistan, where she's helping to manage a project remotely, in an area...
"I had anticipated my first journey to Bajaur to be nerve-wrecking. I had even prepared myself to feel scared. After all, my choice of going to a far and remote area had been questioned multiple times by myself and others."
Abdullah is currently assistant medical focal point in an MSF-supported hospital in Pakistan. Here he blogs about how for over five years of hard work and passion he earned his ideal job, from nurse to a top management position.
Health services in Pakistan are often unaffordable and in many regions, conflict and insecurity further restrict access.
In many parts of Pakistan sectarian violence is rife. Government forces are also engaged in military operations against armed opposition groups.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) programmes focus mainly on meeting urgent needs among communities affected by insecurity.