COVID-19, Ebola, detention in Libya, the Greek refugee crisis - our teams are responding to humanitarian healthcare crises across the world. Hear from our staff working both on the ground and behind the scenes in this collection of eye-opening blogs.
In the wake of an armed attack on an Ebola treatment centre in the Democratic Republic of Congo, aid workers were pushed to radically rethink their approach to the disease. MSF emergency coordinator Trish Newport shares the lessons learned – and their importance for future responses.
Mohamed Momoh, a clinical officer with the Doctors Without Borders, was born in Bo, Sierra Leone. Having worked as a medic through the devastating Ebola outbreak of 2014, he shares his story and his hopes for the future of his country...
What is advocacy, and how can it help our patients? James, a doctor from the UK, explains how a Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) advocacy team working in Sierra Leone is making a difference in the aftermath of Ebola