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Three MSF international staff walking past a medical train
29 Sep 2023

Each year, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) recruits more than 3,000 internationally hired staff globally to work on our programs providing lifesaving medical assistance to people in crisis.

MSF has been providing medical care for more than 50 years, and in that time, the recruitment landscape has changed dramatically. We continuously review the needs of the communities we work in and update the criteria for international workers based on that. It's therefore important to check the essential criteria closely and ensure you meet them before applying. 

MSF fkag
29 Sep 2023

Violence has erupted in Nagorno Karabakh, forcing over 28,000 people to flee to neighbouring Armenia, where MSF teams are preparing a response to needs.

Aerial view of Derna after Storm Daniel.
28 Sep 2023

Two weeks after Storm Daniel caused devastating floods that engulfed Derna, Libya, and killed thousands of people in just a few hours, search and rescue operations are about to end and reconstruction is starting.

MSF clinic damaged by Cyclone Mocha
26 Sep 2023

June to October is rainy season in Myanmar, the heavy and frequent rainstorms impact daily humanitarian activities, such as delivery of mobile clinics to refugee camps.  

Patient being screened for tuberculosis in Manila
25 Sep 2023

The international medical humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) welcomed leaders’ signing of a political declaration on tuberculosis (TB) during the United Nations High-Level Meeting (HLM) on TB. 

21 Sep 2023

A diphtheria outbreak is surging through Nigeria and neighbouring countries, requiring an urgent increase in access to medicines and vaccination.

20 Sep 2023

MSF medical coordinator Manoelle Carton describes the situation in the Libyan cities of Derna and Susah, one week after the devastating floods caused by Storm Daniel. 

Jennifer Craig with head hygienist

Jennifer Craig studied law at the Australian National University and then went on to do a Masters in disaster mitigation and reconstruction at the University of Newcastle. She has built a career with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) over five overseas assignments, starting as a supply logistician in Nigeria in 2016. She then went on to work in Tanzania is a logistics manager, a role she also held in Cambodia in 2018. Later that year she returned to Cambodia as a project coordinator, a role that she continued with in her most recent assignment in Palestine.


In the Democratic Republic of Congo, poor living conditions in displacement camps make women more vulnerable to sexual violence.

19 Sep 2023

Floods, earthquakes, conflict – our teams are there to respond when emergency strikes.