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07/03/2022

“Being a leader calls for so much”

In the overcrowded Mathare slum area of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, Médecins Sans Frontières runs a 24-hour sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) care clinic called Lavender House, where Barbara Salano Kerre is the...
Fikile Ngwenya applied for three different jobs with MSF to be successfully recruited as a field dri
07/03/2022

Women in the lead: “Go there, do it!”

When Fikile Ngwenya was hired as a field driver for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Shiselweni, Eswatini, she was thrilled. She faced questions and criticism as a woman in this non-traditional occupation, but she enjoys...
Yannick along the Canal de l'Ourq, in the North-Eastern part of Paris. © Augustin Le Gall
22/02/2022

Unaccompanied minors: From the streets of Cameroon to a tent in Paris

A street child in Cameroon, Yannick was kidnapped by people traffickers in 2019 and sold as a slave in Libya. He escaped and made it to Europe, where he found refuge in France and receives support from MSF. Now recognised as an...
03/02/2022

Facing the horrific

Gilles Clairoux, deputy field coordinator of the Eureca emergency team in the Central African Republic, recounts a tragic event that changed the lives of two children forever.

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