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MSF projects in Yemen are amongst our biggest in the world. Help us to provide emergency medical aid to people in urgent need.
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"How are you?" - tips for mental well-being needs

Our microsite "How are you?" offers tips and guidance for you and your family to alleviate and manage different stages and forms...
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Little stories in the big crises - "Click to Enlarge"

MSF microsite "Click to Enlarge" invites you to dive into the neglected details and look through the lens of people facing...
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Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation

that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. We offer assistance to people based on need and irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

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Mocha, Yemen:Children and the Landmines

Dr. Shannon Chan’s first mission was to South Sudan in 2016 and in late 2019, she set off on her second mission to Mocha in Yemen, where she worked as a trauma surgeon and trainer to national staff.. It has become extremely difficult to obtain access to medical care in the area. The Mocha Hospital...

I helped to rescue people from the Mediterranean. This is what they told me.

Ilina Angelova was the humanitarian affairs officer for MSF on board the search and rescue ship Sea-Watch 4 in August and September 2020. She heard numerous accounts from survivors about their experiences – in their countries of origin, on their journeys across the Sahara, in Libya and at sea. MSF...

"I needed to make myself useful to overcome the panic"

MSF psychologist Sara Tannouri looks back at the blast which devastated her home city of Beirut two months ago and its impact on people’s mental wellbeing, including her own. 4 August 2020 at 6:08 pm. I was just about to leave my house for the weekly session with my personal therapist. I was...

"They asked me to tell their story"

The heavy clashes that erupted in and around Lashkar Gah city on 11 October so far show no signs of abating. The main trauma hospital for war-wounded, run by another medical organisation, remains under pressure. MSF supports the nearby Boost provincial hospital and since Sunday night has been...
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MSF works in over 70 countries, providing medical humanitarian medical care where the need is greatest. To ensure operational independence and flexibility, over 99.9% of our donations come from the public.

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