On the eve of World Intellectual Property Day, the United States Trade Representative released its annual “Special 301 Report.” Developing countries like India and Malaysia once again face unfair pressure from the US government over the m
With 84,000 cases of drug-resistant tuberculosis, India has the highest burden of DR-TB in the world. In Mumbai, MSF has been providing not just medical treatment but holistic care to people living with DR-TB. Watch this video to find out more.
A thin-framed Kamla* looked around, unsure whether she was at the right place, and hesitating whether to share her experience or not. This was the first time she was visiting MSF’s Umeed ki Kiran (Ray of Hope) clinic on the recommendation of an MSF health educator. Reassured by the friendliness of the counsellor, who promised her complete privacy, Kamla felt able to share her story of abuse with the staff there.
Subashini is from Jharkhand, where she works with MSF as a Community Health Educator to improve local communities’ understanding of health and nutrition. But it was her own experience as a young mother with a malnourished child that inspired her to help others avoid the same story. In this animated video by Susnata Paul, Subashini shares what motherhood taught her about malnutrition.
Mumbai/Cape Town - Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is supporting a patent challenge filed in India this week by two tuberculosis survivors, to prevent pharmaceutical corporation Johnson & Johnson (J&J) from extending its monopoly on the tuberculosis drug bedaquiline.
Want to know more about our efforts to provide medical care to children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in Jharkhand? Meet our fundraising team at Omaxe Connaught Place Mall in Greater Noida and learn more about MSF's work in India.
Want to know more about our efforts to provide medical care to people living in the hard to reach locations in India? Meet our fundraising team at New Delhi House in Connaught Place, Delhi and learn more about MSF's work in India.
Want to know more about our efforts to provide medical care to children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in Jharkhand? Meet our fundraising team at Ataura Business Centres in Bengaluru and learn more about MSF's work in India.
Patna, Bihar: On 25th January, international medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), together with state authorities in Bihar, inaugurated a specialised ward at the Guru Gobind Singh Hospital (GGSH) in Patna, Bihar, northeast of India. The main purpose of the programme is to reduce the number of deaths among patients with advanced HIV by increasing their access to care for life-threatening infections.
I support charities based on the cause they work towards, how efficiently they are run, and if they are recognised as a trustworthy organisation — and I started supporting Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) based on their standing on these three parameters. I originally got to know about their work when they won the Nobel Peace Prize, and I hope they will continue their good work ethically, professionally and with compassion.