Stories & News

Intensive nutritional centre in Adré hospital
22 Nov 2023

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is warning of the worrying nutritional status of Sudanese refugee children in eastern Chad. 

MSF doctors killed

Médecins sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is horrified by the killing of two MSF doctors and a third doctor working with Al Awda following a strike on Al Awda Hospital, one of the last remaining functional hospitals in Northern Gaza. 

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20 Nov 2023

MSF's Cité Soleil emergency hospital remains the only medical facility capable of treating patients in the area.
 

South Sudan floods
20 Nov 2023

As a medical humanitarian organization, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) witnesses firsthand the impacts of climate change, and how they threaten people’s health.  

MSF condemns deliberate attack on a convoy transporting staff
19 Nov 2023

On 18 November 2023, an MSF staff's relative died and another one was injured in an attack on an MSF convoy trying to evacuate 137 people - MSF Palestinian staff members and their families.

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Thousands of civilians are at risk of dying, including over a hundred of MSF staff and their families. 

 

Intense unabated fighting and shelling in Gaza city continue to prevent thousands of people from safely leaving the area.

 

 

MSF distributes winter supplies

The coming winter poses significant health risks to the two million displaced people living in tents in Idlib province.

Lisa Searle in Haiti assignment

Dr Lisa Searle is a general practitioner from Tasmania who has built a career with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), completing 10 assignments since 2010.

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The medical team agreed to leave the hospital only if patients are evacuated first: we don’t want to leave our patients. There are 600 inpatients, 37 babies, someone who needs an ICU, we can’t leave them.

Jennifer Craig on her second assignment as logistics manager with MSF staff in Nduta camp, Tanzania

Jennifer is a member of our Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Australia recruitment team, from Perth. She has built a career with MSF over five overseas assignments including in Nigeria, Tanzania, Cambodia and Palestine.