Vascular surgeon John Swinnen who first joined Médecins Sans Frontières in 2011 and has since been on five assignments to the field.
In Nepal the monsoon season has begun, bringing more hardship to a country already struggling to cope with the impact of the massive earthquakes which claimed the lives of more than eight thousand people. Anne Taylor is Doctors...
The ‘fact sheet’ on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement issued today by the Australian Government ignores the serious threat to global health posed by the trade deal, says Médecins Sans Frontières.
Why wasn’t the Ebola outbreak stopped before it was too late? Dateline Presents uncovers the hidden story of what happened before the world started paying attention.
Nepal has been hit by two earthquakes in less than four weeks, killing thousands, injuring tens of thousands, and leaving millions more with the burden of rebuilding their lives. Teams began medical activities and distributing...
Fighting involving Islamic State in Iraq is displacing millions and preventing aid from reaching those most in need, creating one of the worst humanitarian situations in the world, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres' head of...
Weeks after European Union leaders announced a new strategy to combat the region's migrant crisis, the worst fears of authorities are being realised, with a dramatic surge in the number of people attempting to reach Europe from...
Medecins Sans Frontieres doctor Chatu Yapa spoke to Matt Hayes about her experiences in South Sudan and Iraq.
Médecins Sans Frontières has called on warring sides in South Sudan to respect international law after it was forced to evacuate its staff from parts of the country.
The death toll from Nepal's second biggest earthquake in less than three weeks has risen to 96, as rescue teams struggle to get aid to some of the most remote terrain on Earth.