MSF statement on “Phantom” MSF is not associated with this film in any way
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Walking that extra mile MSF in Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana
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Fighting malnutrition in Bihar MSF has been treating severe acute malnutrition since 2009
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August 28,2015
On Wednesday (26 August, 2015), MSF India became aware of being associated with a new Bollywood film "Phantom" after an actor (one of the leading... more
August 27,2015
New Delhi, August 27, 2015: Doctors without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières  (MSF) has become aware that its name is being used in promotional... more
August 24,2015
MSF calls for greater political will and commitment  towards Bihar’s malnourished children Patna/New Delhi, August 24, 2015: After a successful... more
This month we focus on Ebola, Lebanon, Tanzania, Malawi, antivenom serums and Yemen. Ebola - a hope-bringing vaccine In late July, a study in The Lancet published the positive results of a vaccine against Ebola. It was tested on the families of... more
An adolescent girl born with HIV shares her experience  “I was very young when I was told by the counsellors at the Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) clinic that I have HIV in my body, a virus that makes me and my parents sick all the time and requires all of us to... more

Letters from the Field

“Indian Aid Worker In Yemen Describes Heartbreaking Humanitarian Crisis

It's a father's worst nightmare — having to shelter his child from war and devastation.A Yemeni aid worker's six-year-old son would ask him every day why it was suddenly so loud in Yemen.