My mission in Nepal came to an end after only four short weeks and I flew home happy with the work done but sad not only to leave the country I loved...
On Saturday, 25 April, when the earthquake struck Nepal, I felt tremors in Delhi. I wondered where the epicentre was and within seconds I got to know...
The road between Khatmandu and Dhukali leaves the flatness of the valley and starts to climb steeply about twenty kilometres from town. A few weeks...
My heart sank in fear for his life and I worried about the lasting damage from what appeared to be a severe head trauma and resultant infection. I quickly inserted an intravenous line and gave him some fluid and antibiotics.
Following a night of aftershocks following yesterday's earthquake , I'm joined in the helicopter by Lies, one of the Emergency Coordinators, and...
Nepal has been hit by two major earthquakes in less than three weeks, killing thousands, injuring tens of thousands, and leaving millions more with the burden of rebuilding their lives.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams, who were already on the ground soon after the first tremor, continue working to reach and assist people affected. The priority remains those spread across remote mountain villages who have borne the brunt of the earthquakes and remain isolated from help.
Find out more about how our teams are helping people affected by the earthquakes in Nepal.