We are approaching the blue wooden boat... Thankfully it looks stable. As much as a tiny, overcrowded matchbox boat in the middle of the Mediterranean is ever stable.
In this dramatic two-part series, nurse Catherine recounts a rescue in the Central Mediterranean that nearly ends in disaster for dozens of men, women and children fleeing violence in Libya.
What could be more innocent and yet more powerful?
In an MSF hospital in Bangladesh, there is a wall covered in tiny, colourful footprints. Water and sanitation specialist Paul explains what this simple artwork represents and how it is inspiring both staff and patients.
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