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
As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, a message reaches Kirsti, a US midwife working in Cameroon, that all citizens much return home. In this deeply personal blog, she shares her concerns about leaving, and how the community will prepare for the impact of the pandemic.
Italian nurse Barbara shares how the spread of COVID-19 has the potential to disrupt life-saving vaccination campaigns around the world, causing a worrying "double burden" for healthcare systems that could cost young lives
Nurse Cordula has worked with MSF in the Central African Republic, Greece, Haiti, Libya, and South Africa. Now, she finds herself deployed to her home country, Germany, where she is aiding the fight against COVID-19.
The West African country of Burkina Faso is facing fast-growing humanitarian crisis with hundreds of thousands displaced by violence now threatened by COVID-19. Project manager Hassan explains how our teams on the ground are preparing for the pandemic and what is particularly important now...
How do you prepare a camp with over 73,000 Burundian refugees and limited access to healthcare for COVID-19? From Tanzania, Pete reveals how an outbreak could impact Nduta refugee camp, in the country's northwest, as the new coronavirus disease spreads throughout Africa.
MSF medical teams have joined the fight against COVID-19 as the new coronavirus disease spreads to more than 190 countries. Project coordinator Chiara shares her experience working alongside Italian doctors and nurses on the frontline of the pandemic in northern Italy.
As COVID-19 spreads to countries around the world, people everywhere are taking steps to protect themselves and their families. But for some, this isn't an option. MSF Director of Analysis Jonathan highlights the health inequalities exposed by the global pandemic and the lessons we must take away from it.