Stories From Patients & Staff
26 Apr 2023

Camille Marquis is the outgoing Advocacy Manager for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Sudan. She was due to leave Sudan, after having been on assignment for 12 months, the day the conflict escalated, forcing her and her colleagues into a bunker. She recounts what’s been happening in the capital, Khartoum.

01 Mar 2023

For sex workers in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, access to medical and psychological care has been limited by social stigma and lack of services. Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) San Pedro Sula clinic provides comprehensive care in a supportive environment, from which women feel empowered to positively influence their communities.   

01 Mar 2023

Transgender women seeking asylum in Greece need access to sexual and reproductive healthcare that responds to their needs without discrimination.  


According to the latest estimates, the earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria have killed more than 28,000 people and injured tens of thousands more. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) works with affected populations in northwestern Syria with nearly 500 staff members.

Dr Isaac Batali
08 Feb 2023

When it comes to treating HIV, access to medicines is crucial, but only one part of the picture, writes Dr Isaac Batali...


Following the powerful earthquakes that hit the south of Türkiye (formally Turkey) and northwest Syria on 6 February, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has mobilised its team along with local partners to respond to the increasing needs in the area.

31 Jan 2023

Arunn Jegan is the advocacy coordinator at Médecins Sans Frontières Australia and has previously worked as a head of mission and emergency coordinator.

Arunn has been with MSF since 2016, having done nine field placements in Bangladesh, Yemen, Syria, Venezuela, South Sudan and Tajikistan. 

27 Jan 2023

Yousef Alwikhery is an occupational therapist with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) at Al-Awda hospital in the northern Gaza Strip. He shares his experience supporting patients with physical injuries and disabilities  and their roads to recovery.

20 Jan 2023

‘These children don’t know anything different’: Meet the Geraldton woman running a hospital in war-torn Yemen.