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Haiti: "Ending violence against women starts now"
Sara blogs from Haiti, where she has been working at an MSF clinic for survivors of sexual and gender based violence.
10 Jan 2017 / 4 minute read
Haiti: When Zika virus is a 'blessing'
12 Dec 2016 / 3 minute read
"There's this child . . . he's breathing so weird"
This World Humanitarian Day, nurse Barbara blogs about her first posting with MSF, to Colombia, where she met her first pneumonia patient, and saw the difference that vaccinations can make to children's lives...
18 Aug 2016 / 5 minute read
We are here for them
I’m in Pozzallo, a small tourist town on the south coast of Sicily. In the past week, more than 700 people have arrived here – 373 on Tuesday, 300 on Friday and 100 on Sunday.
29 Apr 2015 / 6 minute read
Hell on the other side of the sea
When I look at the sea, it no longer has the same meaning for me. When the sea is rough, I hope that they won’t set out, and I worry for those who have already left, whose fate we may never know.
10 Mar 2015 / 6 minute read