Reducing the number of people who contract HIV is a major goal for Nurse Michelle and the MSF team in Eswatini. Worried that key health information wasn’t reaching the people most at risk, they decided to try a different kind of viral challenge…
For some people escaping war or conflict, reaching safety does not necessarily mean their lives are out of danger. Nurse Joyce shares her experience of treating diabetes in refugee camps around the world.
Italian nurse Barbara shares how the spread of COVID-19 has the potential to disrupt life-saving vaccination campaigns around the world, causing a worrying "double burden" for healthcare systems that could cost young lives
Nurse Cordula has worked with MSF in the Central African Republic, Greece, Haiti, Libya, and South Africa. Now, she finds herself deployed to her home country, Germany, where she is aiding the fight against COVID-19.
In depths of the Sudd - a vast South Sudanese swampland - access to healthcare can be extremely limited. Nigerian nurse Stephen shares his story of reaching cut-off communities with a grassroots approach to saving lives.
When MSF and partner SOS MEDITERRANEE were forced to end Mediterranean search and rescue operations in late 2018, MSF nurse Catherine thought her days at sea were over. Soon, she would be back aboard a new ship - the Ocean Viking - helping save the lives of people fleeing Libya.
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When an Ebola treatment centre in the Democratic Republic of Congo is attacked and all but deserted, MSF nurse Courtney must decide whether she will go to the conflict zone to keep it open. She reveals the impact violence has on patients and staff, and introduces us to the inspiring Ebola workers who refuse to leave.
British nurse Scarlett writes from Sokoto in northwest Nigeria, where a specialist team is helping children in the community fight a devastating and disfiguring disease through surgery, mental health support, and importantly, prevention