Five things to know about our emergency paediatric project in Bissau

From the most basic care to more sophisticated treatments, learn more about our work in Guinea Bissau. [Read more]

A NEONATAL EXPERIENCE IN GAMBELA, ETHIOPIA

Just one month ago, Harriet began her first posting with MSF. She is working at a busy hospital in Ethiopia, where she is working to ensure that very young babies have the best possible start in life. She blogs about her own first 28 days… [Read more]

Illustrating MSF’s busiest maternity ward

In Khost, Afghanistan, MSF midwives and doctors have helped bring more than 100,000 babies into this world. Aurélie Neyret, an incredibly talented illustrator spend nine days immersed with the team in Khost – observing, sketching, and gathering stories of patients, family members and MSF staff. [Read more]

Pediatrics in a humanitarian context: the work is just beginning

In December 2017, MSF invited the pediatric community for a 2-day conference in Dakar (Senegal) to investigate ways of providing better care in humanitarian contexts for the most vulnerable patients: children. The report and recommandations are now available online. [Read more]

An opportunity to acquire new paediatric knowledge [Interview]

We interviewed Dr Nematoulaye Toure, who is currently in charge of neonatology and paediatrics in the Ansongo project, in Mali. Dr Nematoulaye participated in the MSF Paediatric Days, held in December 2017 in Dakar, Senegal. [Read more]

Sharing experiences to improve paediatric care

We met Dr. Didier Mukeba Tshialala, who holds the position of medical coordinator in Niger. In December 2017, he participated in the MSF Paediatric Days, in Dakar, Senegal. [Read more]

Highlights from the MSF Paediatric Days

An article was published in "Médecine et Santé Tropicales". Also see our blog post with highlights from MSF Paediatric Days in Dakar on Lancet of Global HealthTwo articles were published after the Paediatric Days on Sci Dev about telemedicine and nutrition.

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Children are the most vulnerable patients in humanitarian contexts and are at higher risk of disease. To see all our infographics, click here.

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