Project Coordinator

Marie-Aure Perreaut Revial has recently returned from Gaza, where she worked as the emergency coordinator for MSF. Here she bears witness to the experiences of the MSF staff and patients she met during her time there…

Sherwan Qasem is an emergency officer currently based in MSF's office in Amsterdam. Originally from Syria, he was forced to take refuge in Türkiye in 2012.

In the town of Abyei, there is an electric atmosphere rivalling that of any World Cup match. This football field, however, serves as a witness to community engagement, woven into life by the MSF team.

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.

The fighting between the Israeli military and Palestinian armed groups, principally Hamas, broke out once again after weeks of tensions in occupied East Jerusalem, which has been illegally annexed by Israel. 

On March 24th, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) began providing medical support to assist the health authorities with fighting the COVID-19 epidemic in Paris and the suburbs and also ensure access to routine medical care is maintained for peopl

MSF's mobile clinic as seen in an IDP camp in northwest Syria. © Omar Haj Kadour

Not so long ago, COVID-19 was not yet making headlines worldwide. On the TV news, you’d watch reports on various non-pandemic-related topics. Many of these concerned the humanitarian situation in Idlib province, in northwest Syria.

MSF medical teams have joined the fight against COVID-19 as the new coronavirus disease spreads to more than 200 countries.

Arunn Jegan is an Australian Project Coordinator who recently returned from his second field assignment in Taiz, Yemen.
Senseless violence, lawlessness, resilient people tired of conflict, and a natio
Aloys Vimard, project coordinator for MSF onboard Aquarius
“We are currently in international waters in between Malta and Sicily’s shores.
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