Mediterranean Sea: MSF ship Dignity I assists with rescues of 3,000 people in a single day

Soudan du Sud : L’accès aux soins essentiels considérablement réduit en raison de la violence croissante

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) est profondément préoccupée par l’incapacité constante d’accéder à des soins de santé et à une assistance humanitaire pour des dizaines de milliers de personnes déplacées à travers le pays en raison des combats incessants.

Northern Yemen: MSF evacuates staff following indiscriminate bombings, unreliable assurances by Saudi-led coalition

Displacement: Read the Summer 2016 issue of Dispatches, the MSF Canada magazine

Crisis in Borno State: Testimonies from MSF patients displaced by conflict and malnutrition in northern Nigeria

A Toronto doctor receives a warm welcome while delivering care to Syrian refugees in Lebanon with MSF

On Dr. Rogy Masri’s last day in Lebanon, staff in four Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinics in Tripoli ate cakes that had been decorated with an edible photo of his smiling, bearded face to bid him farewell — a testimony to the Toronto-based physician’s popularity with local colleagues. “They knew I have a really sweet tooth,” Dr. Masri chuckles. “I ate a lot of cake during my six-month assignment.”

Trapped in transit: MSF hears disturbing testimony from refugees, migrants and asylum seekers escaping Libya

Hundreds of interviews with people rescued at sea by MSF during 2015 and 2016 have exposed the alarming level of violence and exploitation to which refugees, asylum seekers and migrants are subjected in Libya. Many of those we have rescued report having directly experienced violence in the country, while almost all report witnessing extreme violence against refugees and migrants, including beatings, sexual violence and murder.

« Des histoires terribles » : Un coordonnateur de MSF décrit l'impact du regain de violence au Soudan du Sud

Nigeria : Crise sanitaire dans l’État de Borno et taux de malnutrition élevés

International Activity Report 2015