Day Three #SafeBirths – Jennie
Over one year on, the government resists calls for transparency over harmful NHS charging regime Jennie is the UK Policy and Advocacy officer at Doctors of the World. The NHS is one of the most restrictive healthcare systems in Europe for migrants, with pregnant women, children and migrants on low incomes losing out the most, Read More
Day Two #SafeBirths – Sarah
They are living in our communities Sarah is a registered GP and volunteers in Doctors of the World’s clinic. I have a portfolio career, having worked part time in general practice for the past twenty eight years, first in inner city Edmonton and latterly in leafy Winchmore Hill. My main job is in contraception and Read More
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Belgium: Police violence against migrants and refugees in transit
A Doctors of the World survey highlights the fact that 1 out of 4 migrants is facing police violence in Belgium. The report shows that this violence is diverse, illegal and abusive: from physical violence such as punches, feet and batons, to forced and arbitrary strip searches, racketeering, humiliation and violence.
Yemen: Emergency Appeal
22 million people need humanitarian assistance. 13 million risk starvation. We must help the people of Yemen. Doctors of the World is there. We are screening children for malnutrition, providing primary healthcare and antenatal care. With half of the population risking starvation, we need your help now.