What MSF does

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) provides emergency medical humanitarian care to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. We provide assistance based on need, regardless of ethnicity, gender, religion or political affiliation. We also speak out about the suffering we witness while carrying out our work.

2022 activity highlights

outpatient consultations


malaria cases treated


vaccinations against measles in response to an outbreak

Source: MSF Canada 2022 Impact Report

Recent news and stories

Latest updates from the MSF movement about our work.

MSF’s social worker, Sandra, welcomes a patient at Notre-Dame de Caramel Reference Health Center in Goma, North Kivu. Many people living with HIV in Goma face socio-economic difficulties that prevent them from properly following their treatment despite the free medical care provided by MSF. Stigmatisation, social exclusion and poverty are all realities that can push some patients to stop taking their treatment. These challenges can also be acute for survivors of sexual violence, street children and sex workers, who are often particularly vulnerable and marginalised in DRC.

Ways to give

Learn about the many ways you can support MSF and see what works best for you: making a symbolic gift from the MSF Warehouse, holding a fundraiser, donating Aeroplan points, transferring stocks or securities, making a gift in honour of a loved one and more.

A 70-year-old patient is treated by MSF staff in Lima after being hit in the left temple by pellets fired by the police.

Work for us

MSF welcomes applications from talented and motivated professionals who share our values and commitment to bring critical medical care to people around the world. We are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in all our workplaces and hiring practices. Join the MSF movement by working with us!

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