From armed conflict in the Central African Republic to a whole team working to save a child in war-torn Yemen, check out this month's highlights from the Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) blog...
For the intensive care team in Aden, southern Yemen, traumatic injuries are only one part of the story. Doctor Silvia Marchesi blogs about the dedication of a team striving to save lives in the midsts of conflict.
At our Tongolo project in the Central African Republic, survivors of sexual violence can find both physical care and psychological support. Mental health specialist Gisela Silva Gonzalez takes us inside this important and powerful place.
Lebanon is facing escalating poverty and hardship, with many people struggling to afford food, let alone medicine. UK doctor Liz Clark shares a typical day at MSF’s clinic in Shatila, a densely populated refugee camp in the country’s capital
The odds are against a critically ill seven-year-old boy and the MSF team fighting to save him. From Aweil, South Sudan, paediatrician Madeleine shares the deeply emotional moments she hopes never to forget.
Years of brutal civil war have pushed Yemen's healthcare system to collapse. From a maternity ward in the battle-scarred city of Abs, MSF midwife Tamara takes us through the challenges of welcoming new life into this unstable world.
We know that getting the right treatment, fast, makes all the difference for people caught in a crisis. But the right treatment relies on the right diagnosis. Lab specialist Kate Baldwin explains how she helps teams take a new approach.