Coughing and spluttering, Khadeja struggled to breathe, turning a scary shade of blue as she tried to recover from her coughing fits
MSF teams work in crisis zones where high-tech treatments often aren’t available. Paediatric nurse Alison Moebus explains how one determined team in Yemen is overcoming this challenge.
Life is always precarious in these communities, even when there is not a humanitarian crisis
Mamman's MSF assignment in South Sudan was only meant to last nine months, but a series of unexpected events meant he stayed for almost twice that. He shares the story...
We were faced with the reality that conducting health promotion sessions might be impossible
With a COVID-19 lockdown in place, Seinn Seinn and the team have to find new ways to reach the community. But, as she writes, necessity really is the mother of invention.
Six patients with gunshot wounds were lying on the floor, with blood soaking through their bandages
When a bloody attack leaves people in urgent need of medical care, the MSF team must work fast to save lives. But this cycle of violence impacts far beyond the life-threatening gunshot wounds, as Jean-Nicolas Dangelser explains...