An emergency interrupts a preventative vaccination campaign, but the MSF team is ready! Nurse Vera blogs from the Central African Republic...
Sometimes it takes something special to remind you why you do what you do. Theresa blogs...
Doctor Regina Giera decided as a student that she wanted to work with a humanitarian aid organisation. After working with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Congo and South Sudan, she is now spending her third assignment in Sierra Leone, a country that continues to suffer from a massive lack of professional medical care after the Ebola epidemic.
"In my previous life, my favorite pastime was performing improvisational comedy."
"Three days ago - on a day with an exceptionally high number of boats and refugees needing rescue at sea - there were more young children present than I have seen since I started this assignment"
Lucy is a nurse on her third assignment with MSF. She blogs about returning to Bentiu Protection of Civilians Site (PoC) in South Sudan. The site is home to thousands of people who have been displaced by the fighting in the area.
Amy blogs from Mayom
Aisling Semple is working as a paediatrician in an MSF hospital in Pakistan.