Stories of hope come from tough places. A baby born by emergency c-section in an abandoned government building turned hospital in Mosul. A young Rohingya girl with tetanus, walking after weeks of treatment at a hospital in Bangladesh. A father’s smile when he finds out his severely malnourished daughter in South Sudan is healthy enough to go home.
The hope is possible because Doctors Without Border is there, performing emergency surgery while conflict rages outside, offering medical care to people driven from their homes and their countries, helping children get healthy and strong once again. You can help us continue to be there. You can support hope and life. Donate now.
A mother does not decide to take the risk of putting her children in these boats unless the risk of staying where she is is greater than the risk of the boat ride. - a refugee woman from Syria.
"What I’ve experienced is that I can’t know the future. I can’t know if anything that I do will change what happens tomorrow. I can’t know with certainty, but what I do know is if I do nothing, nothing will change."
Doctors Without Borders has been responding to disease outbreaks for more than 40 years. We help people who are caught in crisis, restoring them to health, protecting their dignity and offering them the possibility of hope. We are the world’s first responders. Independent, neutral and impartial, we work around the world, responding at the first sign of a crisis, and moving quickly to ease suffering and save lives. Help us get to the front line of the next crisis by donating now.
Escaping conflict, people are forced to risk the rough waters of the Mediterranean Sea every day. You can get us there before it’s too late. You can save lives. Donate now.
Every life is worth saving.
Doctors Without Borders operates on the principle that every life matters — that everyone deserves respect and dignity, and no one should be denied access to essential lifesaving healthcare. To continue the work we do, and to save lives, we need you. Please join us. DONATE NOW.