MSF has established a medical project to assist vulnerable groups
From Kenya to Pakistan, Patrick Kibira has worked with MSF in various countries over the past decade. He shares with us what keeps him inspired.
Two sex workers who were part of MSF's programme killed, raising fear and barriers to healthcare
The most affected countries must be supported in meeting the health and humanitarian needs of their people
Almost one million people are currently displaced in northern Mozambique after fleeing their homes in search of safety, due to the conflict that started in Cabo Delgado province in October 2017.
Agy Agy, 28, is a logistics supervisor with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. He explains the insights of preparing and carrying out relief items kits distributions in a fluid context, where recent violence and rumours of attacks have displaced more than 80,000 people since early June, the biggest wave of displacement so far this year in this northern Mozambican province hit by conflict since 2017.
The northern province of Cabo Delgado is one of Mozambique’s most volatile regions, the scene of an intense conflict since October 2017, resulting in some 800,000 people fleeing from their homes. These are the latest developments.
MSF has implemented a peer-led strategy with the goal of creating a trusting environment where all people feel comfortable accessing healthcare.