How healthcare bills impact UK's refugees and migrants

Many people who come to our clinics are reluctant to go to hospital appointments, despite desperately needing healthcare, because they fear huge bills.Read more

Video: Greece's harsh winter puts refugees at huge risk

In Moria camp, hundreds of men, women, and children were still sleeping in cold tents as snow continued for the fourth day.Read more

Video: Thank you to all our 2016 supporters!

Doctors of the World patients, volunteers and staff have made a video message to say a huge thank you to all the wonderful people who supported us in 2016. We hope you like it.Read more

The People's Convoy sets off with medical supplies for Syria

A doctor in London has led a crowd-funded project that will send trucks on a journey across 10 countries to equip a children's hospital near Aleppo.Read more

Christmas campaign: Our volunteers share stories of working with refugees

As part of our #RealityXmas campaign, we hear from our brilliant staff and volunteers who help people from the Middle East.Read more

Petition urging the PM to authorise air bridges to Aleppo

We are launching a petition to urge Theresa May to agree to air bridges to ensure desperately needed aid gets Aleppo.Read more

'Tis the season to give a damn

Our 2016 Christmas cards, juxtaposing vintage nativity scenes with modern-day images of conflict zones, urge people to consider the Middle East's war-torn reality.Read more

Asking for ID will stop vulnerable people going to hospital

The UK Government's Department of Health is proposing to ask all patients to show two forms of ID at hospitals, something we strongly oppose.Read more

Half of Europe’s vulnerable pregnant refugees can’t get care

Our latest report surveyed over 30,500 patients at our clinics in 11 European countries and Turkey.Read more