Stories of hope come from tough places. A baby born by emergency C-section in an abandoned government building turned hospital in Mosul. A young Rohingya girl with tetanus, walking after weeks of treatment at a hospital in Bangladesh. A father’s smile when he finds out his severely malnourished daughter in South Sudan is healthy enough to go home.

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The hope is possible because Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is there, performing emergency surgery while conflict rages outside, offering medical care to people driven from their homes and their countries, helping children get healthy and strong once again. You can help us continue to be there. You can support hope and life. Donate now.

WORKING TO SAVE LIVES

Every day for more than 40 years, MSF has been there for people who have no one else to help them. Working in refugee camps, in remote villages, in war zones or in the wake of natural disasters, we work hard to save lives. We offer impartial, skilled medical care, help prevent the spread of disease and provide treatment for malnutrition. More than 90 per cent of our funding comes from people like you. You are why we can keep doing what we do. And you can continue to help us save lives. Donate now.

65.6 million people in the world are displaced because of war, famine, disease and natural disaster. "People have lost everything. Whole families have walked for days to reach Bangladesh. They have very few options." - Dr. Konstantin Hanke, MSF physician in Bangladesh

It’s a life or death situation for too many people around the world. Fleeing conflict, escaping persecution, caught in disaster, they have lost everything. You can help them. You can get us there. Donate now.