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      Nursing in Nigeria: “The passion was just ignited in me"
      Nigeria
      Nursing in Nigeria: “The passion was just ignited in me"
      An outbreak of Lassa Fever gave nurse Shirley Samson a passion for protecting her patients and colleagues. Since then, she’s worked through a pandemic...
      Infectious diseases
      Nine months in Afghanistan
      Afghanistan
      Nine months in Afghanistan
      When Mamman Mustapha joined the Doctors Without Borders team in Afghanistan, it was for a short assignment in a ‘relatively quiet’ part of the country...
      War and conflict
      Typhoon Rai Response: Voices from the Field
      Philippines
      Typhoon Rai Response: Voices from the Field
      Survivors and Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) staff share their stories about the impact of Typhoon Rai (locally known as Ode...
      Natural disasters
      “It’s the lucky ones who reach us”: Inside Afghanistan’s child malnutrition crisis
      Afghanistan
      “It’s the lucky ones who reach us”: Inside Afghanistan’s child malnutrition crisis
      Dr Mohammed is a Doctors Without Borders' medic who works at an Doctors Without Borders' hospital in Lashkar Gah, where hundreds of mothers and childr...
      Malnutrition
      DRC: Insecurity leaves people deprived of basic medical care in Ituri
      DR Congo
      DRC: Insecurity leaves people deprived of basic medical care in Ituri
      On 28 October, unknown attackers targeted a Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) convoy leaving two aid workers injured on the roa...
      War and conflict
      In Nigeria, COVID-19 is not the only epidemic
      Nigeria
      In Nigeria, COVID-19 is not the only epidemic
      As a nurse, I have worked in many different places. From an emergency room in Marikina City, in the Philippines, I have worked in Libya, Qatar and Pap...
      War and conflict
      Cholera
      COVID-19 (Coronavirus disease)
      Malnutrition
      Yemen: It’s not always a bullet that kills people
      Yemen
      Yemen: It’s not always a bullet that kills people
      Monica Costeira is a pediatrician at the neonatal unit of Al-Qanawis mother and child hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders in Hodeidah, Yemen...
      Maternal health
      War and conflict
      Treating psychological trauma at sea: "We are humbled by their courage."
      Europe
      Treating psychological trauma at sea: "We are humbled by their courage."
      When people are pulled to safety bysearch and rescueteams in theMediterranean, many carryinvisible psychological wounds from the trauma that forced th...
      Search and Rescue
      War and conflict
      Blood and community: How health promotion is saving lives in Nigeria
      Nigeria
      Blood and community: How health promotion is saving lives in Nigeria
      Medical teams in Ngala were facing a major shortage of blood donors, with serious consequences. Health promoter Dogara Yohana explains how his team se...
      Health promotion