Three years after his family fled Islamic State violence for the safety of a displacement camp, MSF health promoter Hameed shares how the arrival of COVID-19 in Iraq has forced many families to make more difficult choices
On the ground, around the world, our staff are delivering medical aid 365 days a year. Here's our selection of eyewitness stories from the frontline in May.
* Some of these stories were written before social distancing measures were implemented *
As COVID-19 spreads through the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, MSF emergency coordinator Lili-Marie Wangari and her team race to help protect the vulnerable residents of Kibera – one of the largest urban slums in the world
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, MSF health promoter Sabrina and her team are working to ensure people get the right information about COVID-19 – helping to stop rumours and the virus itself from spreading
Cervical cancer kills hundreds of thousands of women each year, despite being highly preventable and curable. On International Women's Day, Belgian obstetrician and gynaecologist Séverine shares her experience treating women with cervical cancer – and why we must speak out about this deadly but silent killer.
British nurse Scarlett writes from Sokoto in northwest Nigeria, where a specialist team is helping children in the community fight a devastating and disfiguring disease through surgery, mental health support, and importantly, prevention
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, some communities are facing a combined outbreak of measles and Ebola. MSF vaccination expert and doctor, Nicolas Peyraud, reveals how our frontline teams are responding to this double epidemic.