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MSF teams travelling to villages in India

Prue Coakley began working with MSF in 2010, after her master’s degree in international development ignited her interest in global health. She has completed 15 assignments with MSF, starting first in field admin which involved finance and HR responsibilities. After several assignments in this position, she trained in project coordination and progressed to project coordinator on a project in Chhattisgarh, India in 2013.

Syria earthquake

In northwest Syria, earthquake survivors still face the emotional aftermath and damage to infrastructure already weakened by a decade of war.

view of mother and child waiting at MSF clinic in Zamzam camp
07 Feb 2024

The malnutrition crisis in Zamzam camp, North Darfur, requires an urgent humanitarian response as an estimated one child is dying every two hours.

lost at sea

Without safe, legal pathways for asylum, the Rohingya are forced to take risky journeys that put them at higher risk of death, violence, extortion or sexual assault.

Marie-Aure Perreaut Revial MSF Emergency Coordinator
02 Feb 2024

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.

President of the water committee explains to communities how the water pump works.
02 Feb 2024

Uniting community engagement and water & sanitation initiatives to mitigate neglected disease and water-borne disease threats in Nampula Province, Mozambique.

View of Al-Shifa hospital

Al-Shifa, the largest hospital in the Gaza Strip, is still standing, but it is badly damaged and barely functional and it has transformed into a camp for some 50,000 displaced people.

MSF logo
30 Jan 2024

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is deeply alarmed by the decision of some countries, including Australia, to suspend their funding to UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East).

 MSF medical staff discussing with patient and checking on newborn child in the Emirati hospital, Rafah, southern Gaza.

The war in Gaza has completely disrupted access to maternal healthcare, exposing both mothers and their children to serious and even life-threatening health risks. 

Nasser Hospital

Nasser Hospital, the largest remaining health facility in Gaza can no longer provide vital medical services, leaving Palestinians with few options for care.