Doctors without borders - unconditionally human
As a humanitarian medical organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières is committed to providing high-quality and efficient health care in countries where the survival of adults and children is at risk. Help is geared solely to the requirements of those in need.
In the crisis regions of this world, among other things, there are Hundreds of thousands of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo threatened by anacute humanitarian crisis. People in Congo have suffered violence and displacement for years,and many live in camps under precarious conditions. In August 2018, Ebola broke out in thenortheast of the country and continues to this day. A serious measles epidemic has also beenon the agenda since the beginning of the year. Médecins Sans Frontières teams have, for example, vaccinated around 475,000 children against measles and are fighting the Ebola epidemic in ten projects.
No emergency aid without donations
Doctors Without Borders works without state funding to help people in need regardless of political interests. Only private donations make the emergency aid missions of doctors without borders possible - of supporters who think across borders of people in need.