Access to good menstrual hygiene is key to women’s health and wellbeing. But too often in humanitarian crises their needs go unmet. Can an innovative approach find a culturally appropriate solution to this problem?
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.  Aymen al Djaroucha is Palestinian who has lived in Ga
Since the end of March, MSF teams have been responding to one of the worst food and nutrition crises ever experienced in southern Madagascar.
The situation in India, and in Mumbai, is very bad. It’s critical across the country. There are many, many cases and the last week of April has seen a real increase. The health workers are overwhelmed and exhausted.
Picture a thousand-bed hospital. There are 28 wards, as well as the emergency, casualty and triage areas. It’s a makeshift hospital in a huge metal tent. Walking into it the first time was a surreal experience; I’ve never seen anything like it.
Hamdi is not yet two years old, but this is already his second time as a patient at the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Abs Hospital, in northern Yemen. The first time he was five months old.
At our Tongolo project in the Central African Republic, survivors of sexual violence can find both physical care and psychological support. Mental health specialist Gisela Silva Gonzalez takes us inside this important and powerful place. 
Hundreds of thousands of people have fled violence in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Getting access for our emergency teams has been challenging, but Albert Viñas, our Emergency Coordinator there, has just got back. He shares what he found...