Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

MSF puts doctors and nurses where they are needed most. Since 1971 we have helped millions of people while speaking out about what we have seen.
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The MY Phoenix, #MSF's first search and rescue vessel, has pulled up anchors and is now heading south towards Libya where more than a thousand people have died in recent weeks. By tomorrow evening, we'll be in position and ready to respond to SOS calls from desperate people fleeing the Middle East and Africa. These people are the same people we treat in our clinics around the world and we are proud not to abandon them at this dark hour. Photo by @caitlinhryan #MSFSea #MSFDaily
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MSF currently has approximately 61 staff working in #Nepal responding to last Saturday's #earthquake, based primarily in #Kathmandu and #Ghorka. Here, a team is conducting mobile clinic activities by helicopter in the mountains to the north of Kathmandu, in #Langtang valley and #Rasuwa district. They have so far seen around 30 patients. They are also assessing the patient needs in a number of other villages in the area. If you are in Nepal or are concerned about a missing person, use and check in with the #NepalPhotoProject.
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A @doctorswithoutborders surgical team leaving Brussels today for #Kathmandu #Nepal. One of 8 #MSF teams deploying in response to the #NepalEarthquake #NepalQuake.
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An injured patient is rushed into the #MSF emergency surgical unit in #Aden, #Yemen. Since conflict erupted on 19 March, fighting has intensified in #Aden and other areas in the south of #Yemen. #MSF’s emergency surgical unit has so far received 850 patients since 19 March, but it is becoming more and more difficult for wounded people to reach the hospital as roads are often blocked and ambulances stopped, attacked and highjacked. ©MSF
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From the Archive: This day last year in #Luetchor #refugee camp, #SouthSudan. #MSF set up a medical facility with a capacity for 75 patients in Luetchor #refugee camp, that served a population of 40,000 South Sudanese refugees. People had fled violence, persecution and food shortage in Jonglei, Upper Nile and Unity states. Conflict continues in South Sudan almost two years after it first erupted, and more than one million people have been displaced within the country. We currently run 26 projects in nine of South Sudan's 10 states. #MSFArchive © Francois Servranckx
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#MSF and #MOAS are launching a life-saving operation this summer when thousands of people are expected to risk their lives attempting to reach #Europe. The team will be stationed on board a 40-metre #rescue #ship, the Phoenix (above), in the #Mediterranean Sea. Last year was the deadliest on record for people crossing the Mediterranean; more than 3,400 people died trying to reach Europe. “Europe has turned its back on people fleeing some of the worst humanitarian crises of our time,” says Arjan Hehenkamp, MSF’s general director. “The decision to close doors and build fences means that men, women and children are forced to risk their lives and take a desperate journey across the sea. Ignoring this situation will not make it go away. Europe has both the resources and the responsibility to prevent more deaths on its doorstep and must act in order to do so.” Photo © MOAS
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jayamyler : @rjessing what a great initiative! Would love to see something like this in Aus.
rjessing : @jayamyler, yes it's well needed in all places.
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The #conflict that erupted in #Yemen on 19 March shows no sign of abating. In #Aden, where #MSF runs an emergency surgical unit, there has been no electricity for three days. Fighting, attacks on ambulances, and road blocks make it difficult for patients to come to hospital and for our teams to move within the country to evaluate needs and provide assistance. So far, more than 780 wounded people have been treated by MSF since 19 March. In this photo, an MSF shipment of 1.7 tonnes of #supplies arrives in Aden. A second #ICRC boat is on its way with our surgical and emergency team of six on board.
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winroque : I hope that in 6 years, when I graduate, I may help MSF in some way. Greetings from Brazil!
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repost of @andrewquilty. Gul Ahmad, a malnourished boy, lies beneath a scarf of his mother's in the therapeutic feeding centre ward of the Médecins Sans Frontières (#MSF) -administered Boost Hospital in Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan. Malnutrition is a chronic problem in Afghanistan with most hospital admissions only coming once a malnourished child is suffering from an illness that results from the child's decreased capacity to fight infection and ward off other easily treated ailments. The cause of malnutrition here is more complex but often it can be as simple as a lack of information and education (or the access to it) for new mothers who often feed their newborns baby formula or tea rather than breast milk. Photo: Andrew Quilty / Oculi. 6.4.2015. #msf @doctorswithoutborders #helmand #afghanistan #malnutrition
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Children play on a rope swing with the leaves of a palm tree in Cape McClear, #Malawi during sunset. We have been present in Malawi since 1986, but increased our programme capacity after floods devastated the country in January 2015. Since our response to flooding began on 8th January, #MSF has provided 14,458 medical consultations in fixed and mobile clinics, and trucked 100,000 litres of water each day for 16,000 people. We also support primary #healthcare and #HIV treatment centres in Chiradzulu, Nsanje, and Thyolo. Photo by Miguel Cuenca/MSF.
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Today marks the first anniversary of the outbreak of #Ebola in #Guinea, the first country affected in the #epidemic. Over the past year, more than 1,300 #MSF international staff and 4,000 local staff have been deployed in #WestAfrica, where they cared for nearly 5,000 confirmed Ebola #patients. “The Ebola outbreak has often been described as a perfect storm: a cross-border epidemic in countries with weak public health systems that had never seen Ebola before,” says Christopher Stokes, MSF general director. “Yet this is too convenient an explanation. For the Ebola outbreak to spiral this far out of control required many institutions to fail. And they did, with tragic and avoidable consequences.” A report released today, 'Pushed to the limits and beyond', describes MSF’s early warnings one year ago about cases of Ebola spreading in Guinea, the initial denial by governments of the affected countries, and the unprecedented steps that MSF was forced to take in the face of global inaction as the outbreak engulfed neighbouring states. Visit to find out more. Photo: #Liberia 2014 © John Moore/Getty Images
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annabananapancake : @doctorswithoutborders well said - the forewarned advice fell on deaf ears and this needs to be acknowledged
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