Editorials

‘Double victims’ – in conflict zones, people with HIV are twice as vulnerable

01.12.14

The past decade has seen major improvements in people’s ability to access lifesaving HIV treatments – but if you live in Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan or parts of Yemen, you could be forgiven for thinking nothing...

Lift the blockade on Gaza

Palestinian Territories / 22.08.14

While Gaza has been devastated by Operation Protective Edge in recent weeks, the ongoing blockade since 2006 has caused its own damage, writes Médecins Sans Frontières France president Dr Mego Terzian.

Epidemic of family violence in PNG requires a coordinated response

Papua New Guinea / 25.11.13

Sayeed Aleemullah Shah, Tari project co-ordinator for Médecins Sans Frontières, writes about the family violence crisis in PNG and the aims of the recent conference in Port Moresby.

Pakistan earthquake: Access Denied

Pakistan / 22.10.13

Despite the need for humanitarian assistance, Médecins Sans Frontières has not been given permission to work in Pakistan's earthquake-affected area, writes Chris Lockyear.

Open Letter to All States and Non-State Actors Involved in the Syrian Conflict

Syria / 30.09.13

Following the agreement brokered between the governments of Russia and the United States of America, the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières calls on these two States to place at the top of...

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