"We heard a lot of stories over the two days we were at the hospital; patients from Iraq, Gaza, Syria, and Yemen, young and old, war-wounded people who have been through more than I could have ever imagined..."
What is advocacy, and how can it help our patients? James, a doctor from the UK, explains how a Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) advocacy team working in Sierra Leone is making a difference in the aftermath of Ebola
Any decision is only as good as the information it’s based on. British nurse Josie and her team are running an innovative new project to gather information on how nurses work in humanitarian emergencies – to ultimately help MSF save more lives.
British doctor Chris Hook has just returned from Yemen. Since August, he has worked as part of MSF’s emergency team helping to set up a hospital in the Al Salakhana district of Hodeidah city. From the beginning of November, the city has experienced heavy fighting and shelling with battles getting close to the hospital…