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Medical care where it is needed most. Independent. Neutral. Impartial.
Medical care where it is needed most. Independent. Neutral. Impartial.


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After arriving on foot to Mexico, Marisol decided against taking “La Bestia” cargo train North because it was too dangerous for a solo female traveller.

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Doctor Mark Sherlock takes us out with the Community Health Team as they spread the word about this deadly disease and invite people for a free TB test.

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Water and Sanitation Expert, Carl Rendora explains what he's been doing in Maiduguri, in Borno state, Nigeria.

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MSF has set up an advanced medical post close to the frontline in #Mosul, Iraq.

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Everyday Emergency, a podcast by Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) bringing you true stories from people on the frontline of humanitarian emergencies across the world.



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MSF staff can be away from home for up to 12 months at a time providing emergency healthcare in some of the most challenging environments. So travelling light and only packing the essentials is a must.

But what makes it into their luggage may surprise you. It's not all mosquito repellent and gum boots.

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If you were travelling to a remote part of the world to provide emergence, what would you pack in your luggage?

We asked our field staff what they pack, and their answers may just surprise you

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MSF relies on a network of medical and logistical professionals to deliver our life saving medical aid in the areas that need it most. If you think you've got what it takes, see who we're recruiting and apply today.

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The 3rd of October will be remembered as one of the darkest days in MSF's history. On this day in 2015, US airstrikes killed 42 people and destroyed the MSF trauma hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

In this special episode of Everyday Emergency, we look back on the attack one year on with Dr Kass Thomas – an intensive care specialist from Australia – who was in the hospital the night of the attack.

Visit to hear more from Kass.

If you feel compelled to act after listening to this post, visit our #NotATarget page:

To find out more about the Kunduz attack, visit:

"Everyday Emergency" is a podcast from MSF. In each episode, we bring you true stories from the frontline of humanitarian emergencies across the world. From the conflict in Syria to the refugee crisis in Europe, we’ll be talking to people with some incredible stories that may just change your outlook on life, or at least, for a moment, put things into perspective.

In each podcast you’ll hear a true story written by an MSFer on the ground, read by an actor. We’ll then get them into the studio at MSF HQ for a chat about their time with MSF. Subscribe through iTunes or your favourite podcast provider, and find out more at
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