On roads where the security situation remained uncertain, we trucked food, medicine and oxygen to these hospitals
Hundreds of thousands of people have fled violence in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Getting access for our emergency teams has been challenging, but Albert Viñas has just got back. He shares what he found...
It was decided to make a mark on the wall for every newborn child that survived a difficult welcoming into the world. That mark was to be a footprint. One for every child that got to go home.
In early 2020, a simple artwork was started at an MSF hospital in Bangladesh to celebrate healthy children being discharged from intensive care. One year on, it's become a beacon of hope and humanitarian healthcare.
They know the challenges better than me: children come in very sick, some survive against the odds, and some don’t
Paediatric doctor Madeleine describes how an MSF team are dealing with the terrible effects of cerebral malaria on young children as the dangerous malaria "peak" hits.
There was nothing else we could have done. No one is at fault except whoever pulled the trigger.
London-based surgeon Francesco Virdis shares his humbling and human experience after an intense assignment in Tabarre, Haiti.