In the remote communities of Colombia's Pacific coast, the peace process has made few inroads. MSF's programme director in the country joins a medical team as they travel upriver to communities still in the grip of armed conflict.
As the pandemic disrupts medical supplies and staff, doctor Ayla Emmink is relocated from her rural project to a vast UN displacement camp – where our teams are racing to prepare for the arrival of COVID-19
In the midst of an emergency, our focus will always be on saving lives. But what role should humanitarians play in a broader issue, like the climate crisis, Canadian advocacy officer Sandra Smiley asks.
As malaria season starts to slow down in northeastern Nigeria, Swedish doctor Mårten and his team spot an increase in children arriving with measles. Could there be an outbreak of this life-threatening disease nearby?
Saschveen has recently returned from assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Nduta, Tanzania, where she was providing vital healthcare to the many Burundian refugees there. She shares her diary from the time...