How do you care for people's mental health when the situation around them is so unstable? British mental health officer Alison Fogg shares her experience of treating Rohingya people inside the world's largest refugee camp.
A critically ill young girl is brought into a remote MSF health centre. She's unconscious and struggling to breathe. To save her, British doctor Sarah Wookey and her team need two things: dedication and luck
Could you talk to a stranger about something as sensitive as family planning? How about doing it in a marketplace or while waiting in line? British health promoter Elizabeth shares how a team in South Sudan are reshaping health education...
"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..."