Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams work around the clock and across the globe whenever and wherever medical humanitarian needs arise.
Our care may include triaging trauma patients, carrying out emergency surgery and delivering mental health support for people caught in conflict, natural disasters and health crises such as epidemics. Many of these crises can cripple a healthcare system, cutting people off from the vital services they need.
Right now, our teams are working across more than 70 countries, responding to critical situations such as the natural disasters in Libya and Morocco, heavy fighting in Sudan, the aftermath of the earthquakes in Syria and malnutrition in Niger and Nigeria. Our professional teams have experience supporting people immediately after a crisis and during longer-term recovery, such as supporting displaced communities after heavy fighting has ceased.