Luciano Canchelara is a psychologist who has been working at MSF’s sexual violence clinic in Bangui for the past three months.
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At a maternity project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, it’s non-stop emergency medicine for Lanice, a Canadian doctor on her fourth assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF). She blogs about life, death and learning on the frontline of medical care.
Fighting rages near an MSF maternity hospital in Bangui, Central African Republic. Inside, Finnish anaesthetist Kariantti and his team try to remain calm as they continue to operate on women in need of urgent obstetric surgery.
Having fled war, persecution and hardship, thousands of people are now stuck in squalid camps in Greece, unable to leave or to rebuild their lives. In Moria, on the Greek island of Lesvos, mental health needs are now so widespread that only the most severely unwell patients can access care. Liz Clark, a family doctor from the UK, has been on the island since May and shares her experience…
Maddy is a student in the UK who is currently going through treatment for multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. While ten million people are affected with tuberculosis every year, treatment options for drug-resistant strains are limited and side-effects can be severe. Maddy shares his story so far…
Antoine has recently arrived in the Central African Republic, where his role is to ensure that the project has the vital supplies it needs to function. Recently however, he's been taking on some additional responsibilities...
Michal Pospíšil is a Czech nurse who recently returned from his first assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF), working in Sudan. In his blog, he challenges some of the most popular myths about working for MSF.
In Bossangoa, in the west of the Central African Republic, Antoine has joined the Medecines Sans Frontieres/Doctors without Borders team during the peak season for malaria. He blogs…
Sergio is a project coordinator from Italy, currently working in Pakistan on his second assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF). In this blog, he writes about how he tackles running a remote project on the other side of the country.
Welcome to Castors maternity hospital, the “first and last line of defence” for mothers and newborns in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic. Finnish anaesthetist Kariantti, just back from his second assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF), shares his experience of arriving at the lifesaving hospital.