8-25 | “Spending our lives in the camps is difficult; the area is small and there is no space for the children to play,” says Abu Siddik. He lives in one of the camps in the Cox’s Bazar district of south-eastern Bangladesh, where around 860,000 Rohingya refugees are crammed into just 26 square kilometres of land. “I left Myanmar because my house was burnt down. They were killing and torturing everyone, and harassing our women.
Lebanon: MSF teams providing medical and mental health support to Beirut’s most affected communities
8-11 | A week after the devastating blast that took place in Beirut on 4th August 2020, MSF is carrying out an emergency response to provide medical support to the people most impacted by the explosion.
5-6 | As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is unfolding, our teams are working in more than 70 countries around the world, providing urgent medical care for people fleeing violence, mothers giving birth and children needing treatment for measles or malnutrition. From the conflict in Syria to the continued displacement of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, these are some of the crises we must not forget in the time of COVID-19.
8-16 | What does it take to get essential humanitarian aid to the people who need it?Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders, is an international humanitarian organization that operates in all corners of the globe in countless different contexts. We respond to both widely-known and unseen emergencies in situations of conflict, natural disasters, or disease outbreaks. Every response is unique but most of our interventions have a few crucial ingredients in common.
1-22 | An MSF Mental Health counsellor supervisor in Hitsats camp at the start of a counselling session.©Susanne Doettling/MSF In the internally displaced camp near Malakal town in Central Upper Nile State, South Sudan, Dhan Tap looks sadly at a photo