An Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) nurse’s work is diverse. Our nurses have found themselves operating therapeutic feeding centres, running in/outpatient clinics, implementing vaccination campaigns and organising mother-child health programmes.

They may take on managerial roles, heading departments in hospitals or health centres and training and supervising other nursing staff. Standing at the forefront of primary healthcare in our projects, MSF nurses are highly responsive, adaptable and compassionate people, committed to their work and helping those in need.

Read the blog posts below to find out more about life as an MSF nurse, or click here to find out more about applying to join the team.

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