This section of the site is aimed at journalists, photographers, designers and other members of the media interested in working with MSF.
 
MSF regards ‘speaking out’ about the plight of people caught in humanitarian crises as a core part of our work. We therefore want to be as helpful as possible to journalists covering humanitarian and medical issues.
 
We are happy to do the following:
 
Press release lists/ update
  • We provide regular updates to journalists on the situation in the countries where we work.
  • To be added to our press release list, please contact our press officer.
  • You can sign up to our RSS feeds or follow us on social media for articles and press releases.
  • You can search our articles and press releases on our website.
 
Spokespeople
  • We can organise interviews with MSF field staff or with spokespeople in MSF operational centres.
 
Multimedia
  • We can provide photos and footage of humanitarian crises.
 
Original content
  • We are happy to provide opinion pieces, comments and articles written by MSF staff and field workers. 
  • Any text on this website may be replicated in other publications free of charge, but please contact our press officer first. 
 
Media visits to projects
  • We will try to facilitate media visits to MSF projects whenever possible.

 

Our Press Officers:

 
Southeast Asia
English media
Baikong MAMID
T | (852) 2959 4270
E | baikong.mamid@hongkong.msf.org
 
Chinese media
LEE Pik Kwan
T |  (852) 2959 4210
E | pk.lee@hongkong.msf.org
 
Hong Kong
Venus CHAN
T | (852) 2959 4259
E | venus.chan@hongkong.msf.org 
 
Beijing
WEI Baozhu
T | (86) 10 8532 6617
E | wei.bao.zhu@china.msf.org
 
Taipei
Anne CHANG
T | (86) 2-2551-1266 (ext. #6252)
E | anne.chang@taiwan.msf.org

 

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