MSF's publications are an expression of our belief in the principle of témoignage, or bearing witness, and the belief that we are accountable to those we work for and with. Sharing news about our activities and reflecting on them, offering critiques when necessary, are therefore crucial aspects of our work.

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May 25, 2005

A year ago, five of our colleagues were murdered in Afghanistan. The consequences of this horrific act haunt us still. MSF is no longer present in Afghanistan – the impunity shown towards those responsible makes it impossible for us to work there, despite clear humanitarian and medical needs.

June 07, 2004

By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

May 09, 2004

As attacks continue, leaflets distributed by US coalition further endanger aid workers. By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director MSF-USA

February 09, 2003

Pierre Salignon, Program Director for MSF, recently returned from Afghanistan and he discussed the need for ongoing hospital and clinic support in Bamyan, Ghazni, and Zaranj, as well as the urgent need of providing emergency medical relief to the "squatters" of Kabul.

October 20, 2001

A background paper for the MSF Event Afghanistan: Civilians at Risk by Sima Wali, President and CEO, Refugee Women in Development

May 25, 2005

A year ago, five of our colleagues were murdered in Afghanistan. The consequences of this horrific act haunt us still. MSF is no longer present in Afghanistan – the impunity shown towards those responsible makes it impossible for us to work there, despite clear humanitarian and medical needs.

June 07, 2004

By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

May 09, 2004

As attacks continue, leaflets distributed by US coalition further endanger aid workers. By Nicolas de Torrente, Executive Director MSF-USA

February 09, 2003

Pierre Salignon, Program Director for MSF, recently returned from Afghanistan and he discussed the need for ongoing hospital and clinic support in Bamyan, Ghazni, and Zaranj, as well as the urgent need of providing emergency medical relief to the "squatters" of Kabul.

October 20, 2001

A background paper for the MSF Event Afghanistan: Civilians at Risk by Sima Wali, President and CEO, Refugee Women in Development