In the middle of that tragedy and horror… we became a family
Nurse Gianna Falchetto returns from the city of Lashkar Gah in Afghanistan, where her team worked under extreme pressure to keep a hospital running against the backdrop of violent clashes
We rushed this woman to surgery. We keep reassuring her that she should not worry, that everything would be okay
Precious Daniel is a midwife working in Jahun, in northern Nigeria. She shares her story of teaching, learning, and a patient she couldn't forget.
Addiction is of course no different in Kenya – people experience the same battles with the illness, with sometimes devastating impacts on their lives.
Part of MSF’s humanitarian work involves reaching people often excluded from healthcare services. At the first clinic of its kind in Kiambu County, Kenya, one MSF team is working to provide a 'one-stop shop' for people seeking treatment for heroin addiction. Psychiatrist Lindsay Solera-Deuchar explains...
In Yemen something as simple as going to the hospital when you are sick can be an odyssey
In Hodeidah, Yemen, the war means people face huge barriers in accessing healthcare. Paediatrician Mónica Costeira tells the story of one family and the challenges they had to overcome.