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Madagascar: Climate factors contribute to malnutrition spikes

MSF teams are treating thousands of children and expecting cases to rise

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We provide independent, impartial medical humanitarian assistance to the people who need it most.

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) cares for people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries.

Learn more about What We Do
  • location

    72+

    Countries and territories are home to our medical humanitarian projects

    medics

    12,592,800

    Medical consultations were conducted by our humanitarian teams

    hospital

    1,044,000

    Patients admitted to MSF hospitals or clinics around the world

  • heart

    85%

    Programs that bring emergency medical care directly to the people who need it

    funds

    14%

    Fundraising that supports our medical humanitarian work

    scope

    1%

    Management and general expenses to cover administration

*Figures from latest International Activity Report

Haiti: After the killing of a patient, MSF is forced to suspend activities at Raoul Pierre Louis Hospital

News Jan 27, 2023

story Jan 26, 2023

Peru: MSF treats people injured during protests in Lima

Treating people injured during the protests in Lima

story Jan 26, 2023

Central African Republic: MSF provides lifesaving care to pregnant women and newborns in critical situations

New maternity in CAR 24

News Jan 24, 2023

Kenya: Alarming increase in child malnutrition among refugees

Dagahaley Refugee camp, Dadaab

story Dec 14, 2022

How MSF is tackling cholera outbreaks in 10 countries

Cholera Vaccination Lebanon
The principles that drive us
We are independent, impartial, and neutral.
We are guided by universal medical ethics.
We are committed to bearing witness. 
We are transparent and accountable. 
We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.
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During a vaccination campaign in the Central African Republic, MSF also screens children for malnutrition.

Medical care where it’s needed most.

MSF teams treat a wide range of medical issues, from disease outbreaks to malnutrition to war wounds. And we put our decades of experience to work to produce groundbreaking medical research.

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Ebola response in Mangina

The work we do

When emergencies occur, MSF teams are often among the first to arrive—and the last to leave. Get an in-depth look at our work, including the how and why of where we respond and the challenges we face.

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How you can help

We’re an international movement supported by more than 7 million private donors worldwide. Get involved to help us deliver medical humanitarian aid where it’s needed most.

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Becoming a sustaining donor

As a recurring donor, you play a vital role in ensuring that we are ready to save lives at a moment's notice.