Some Grenfell Tower survivors are scared to see a doctor

After the terrible fire in west London, volunteers say some survivors are afraid to get medical care and housing because of their immigration status.Read more

Refugee Week: Our team share stories of working in Greece's camps

Our translators Kharman and Hanna talk about the women they're helping everyday in our clinics in the camps.Read more

Preventing famine in Kenya's villages, one child at a time

Our new emergency project in Isiolo county is finding and treating malnourished children. We can prevent a famine if we act now.Read more

Meet the volunteers helping the most excluded get healthcare

For volunteer week, we interviewed some of the doctors, nurses and caseworkers giving their time to help people in need.Read more

NHS staff are furious that the Home Office is snooping on their patients

We spoke to medical workers in London for our #StopSharing campaignRead more

#StopSharing: The women too afraid to see an NHS doctor

The UK government is using NHS patients' personal details to track migrants, making vulnerable people scared to see a doctor.Read more

Take action against the Home Office accessing NHS data!

The #stopsharing campaign urges medics to stand against the government's use of NHS patient records to track down undocumented migrants.Read more

Famine crisis: 20 million people need urgent help

People in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and Nigeria are facing starvation. Please donate to our urgent appeal so we can scale up our emergency response.Read more

Finding and helping Bulgaria's refugee children

We're working in four camps to find unaccompanied minors, assess their health needs, and help them reunite with any relatives they have in EuropeRead more