MHAW: Orange blossom and green fields
Nada was fond of orange blossom, and green fields. She dreamed about learning the piano, she loved the way the music notes could speak to a person’s soul. She believed in another version of reality, a reality far away from the reality she had to suddenly face. Nada is 25 years old, a mother of Read More
- Joint INGO Statement Welcoming The Upcoming Consultations In Sweden
- Doctors of the World has been chosen by The BMJ for its Christmas appeal
- A call for peace in Yemen
- Doctor Mukwege wins Nobel Peace Prize
- Doctors of the World Launch Global Clinic
- Civil Society Groups Call for End to Gilead’s Hepatitis C Drug Monopoly in Europe
- Forgetting The Atrocities We Experienced Is Impossible
- Inside View from a Safe Surgery: “Our concern is more with the patients we aren’t seeing”
The nurses helping excluded people access healthcare
International Nurses Day, marking the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, is a perfect time to reflect on the fundamental role of nurses. With the 2019 theme of “Nurses: A voice to lead healthcare for all”, we celebrate their hard work and achievements in providing for access to healthcare for those who need it the most.
Mozambique: healthcare after Cyclone Idai
John Segredo Accommodation Centre is a makeshift camp set up for those displaced by Cyclone Idai. The camp is currently housing thousands of people. There are serious concerns about the source of drinking water, located many miles away and was significantly damaged by the passing storm, and food is currently rationed.
Doctors and MPs demand evidence on migrant healthcare policies
Signed by The Academy of Royal Medical Colleges and politicians including Lord Hunt of Kings Health, David Lammy MP, Caroline Lucas MP and Kate Green MP, the letter claimed the reviews received “evidence of deterrence and serious harm” caused by these policies.
Statement On The Report Of The Commission Of Inquiry On The 2018 Gaza Protests
Doctors of the World welcomes the report of the UN CoI and joins the general condemnation of violence against civilians and in particular that aimed against women, elderly people, children, persons with disabilities, journalists, and healthcare workers.
INGO statement on the attacks in Hajjah andrenewed fighting in Hodeidah
INGOs in Yemen strongly condemn the horrific attacks in Hajjah governorate on Sunday which according to the UN killed 22 people and injured many more. These horrific incidents show that innocent civilians including children continue to pay the price for a conflict in which they have no say.
International Women’s Day at the Women and Children’s Clinic – the focus on a fairer world
From a medical perspective, being a woman can have a significant impact on health. This is due to biological factors and gender related factors. Internationally, the health of women and girls continues to be particularly concerning as they are often discriminated against because of their gender.