I entered Gaza as part of a team of MSF specialists on November 14. We were met with scenes of alarming desperation. Trapped civilians. No fuel, no food, no water. No ambulances. Attacks on hospitals are a fact of life. And people are becoming more and more desperate.
拉塞尔(Neal Russell)是一名在伦敦工作的儿科医生和顾问,他已经在无国界医生工作了十年。在他最近一次探访无国界医生设于乍得东部西拉区(Sila)的项目后,他讲述了在当地所看到的情况。
MSF's dedicated team in Sokoto, Nigeria, work every day to ensure that people affected by noma get the life-saving care they need. But this is just part of the battle, says nurse Veronica Emeh...
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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.