February 5, 2024 – A year after the devastating earthquakes causing the death of more than 58,000 people in collapsed buildings, displacing millions as a result of widespread destruction to homes and infrastructure in southeastern Turkey and northwestern Syria, Médecins du Monde (MdM) International Network is appealing for ongoing assistance to address the extensive needs of the affected population. Despite progress in recovery efforts, the earthquakes have had a profound impact, resulting in the loss of thousands of lives, and affecting millions.
October 6, 2023 – New York proposes us to think through art. The city hosts the latest photographic exhibition of the Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Award, an exhibition organized by Doctors of the World, which seeks to denounce unjust situations and make forgotten crises visible with the power of photography.
July 13, 2023 – From July 17 to 20, the international conference on gender equality: Women Deliver will be held in Kigali, Rwanda. This sixth edition will bring together nearly 6,000 activists, researchers, journalists, and public authorities.
May 9, 2023 – Today, Doctors of the World will be at the United Nations in New York, representing the Médecins du Monde International Network at the Multi-Stakeholder Meeting on Universal Health Coverage (UHC). This hearing gathers together global health actors in the lead-up to the High Level Meeting on UHC, which will be held on September 28 during the annual UN General Assembly.
April 13, 2023 – Doctors of the World warns of the growing humanitarian needs of thousands of migrants in the Assamaka desert, in Agadez, Niger. The organization also calls on the European Union to review its migration policies.
December 28, 2022 – On December 24, Doctors of the World and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working in Afghanistan received a letter from the authorities stating that women were no longer permitted to work for national and international NGOs within the country. At Doctors of the World, we strongly condemn this decision and have decided to suspend our activities in Afghanistan.
October 2022 – In an effort to provide more than just basic emergency care to migrants and asylum seekers at the border, the Border Health Program (BHP) launched this month. BHP is a new program led by Doctors of the World USA (DotW) in partnership with Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso), and local organizations operating border shelters. BHP offers migrants at the border transitional medical care, uses data to advocate for public policies that will better address their health needs and reduce burdens on local health systems, and provides medical students with learning opportunities that will serve as the foundation for research and curriculum development focused on migrant health.