Blogs & Stories

When you meet people and you say you work for MSF, they always say “Oh, are you a nurse or a doctor?” Everyone thinks it’s a bunch of doctors running a clinic somewhere far away. Well, I’ve just returned from Afghanistan on my fifth assignment with...
Moses Soro is an MSF Finance & HR Manager based in the UK. From child refugee to MSF field worker, he shares his story… Plumpy’nut. I hadn’t seen it for decades. I was in Syria, working with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (...
The alarming situation in the care homes is a key factor why MSF team has connected with some elderly homes help them build preparedness to face any possible outbreaks in the future. They all did their best with the resources they had though, and they truly deserve to be acknowledged.
I have seen the despair, the lack of hope, the confusion, the inability to comprehend how they have ended up in this situation: losing family members and friends, losing their homes, losing the future they had envisioned for themselves. I have seen the constant fear experienced by so many, and how some people collapse in terror when the sound of airstrikes fills the air.
The hospital director and many of the interns were there and they were insistent: “You NEED to get them out of here. They need to survive. This is our hope”.