Englisch|22. 02. 2008
Framework for Responsible Behaviour
"As staff and volunteers of MSF-OCA, our behaviour and actions are defined by the beliefs, values and principles of the organisation. We demonstrate this in our respect for all individuals and communities with whom we work. We hold each other accountable for our behaviour accordingly, and when we identify unacceptable behaviour or malpractice in the organisation, we address it."
Deutsch|11. 04. 2018
AKUT Ausgabe 1 / 2018
In Ausgabe 1 / 2018 unseres Spendermagazins AKUT informieren wir u.a. über die Situation der geflüchteten Rohingyas in Bangladesch, über unsere Frauenklinik in Honduras, sowie über den Einsatz in Äthiopien
GA Programm Deutsch 2018
Briefing Paper - Two years anniversary of the EU-Turkey deal
As arrivals increase and violence erupts on Lesvos, MSF calls on Greek and European authorities to end the policy of containment that is endangering vulnerable people’s lives
Englisch|19. 03. 2018
"No one was left" - Death and Violence Against the Rohingya in Rakhine State, Myanmar
Since 25 August, a number of patients from different areas of Rakhine State have shared with MSF accounts of widespread
violence targeting Rohingya, including raids on houses and villages, random and indiscriminate shootings, the deaths
of relatives or neighbours after being shot or stabbed, dead bodies littering their escape route, widespread destruction
and sexual violence.
Englisch|01. 02. 2018
Out of Sight
This report is a follow-up to the research contained in "Out of Sight" - Asylum seekers and refugees in Italy: informal settlements and social marginalisation. It is the result of constant monitoring activities carried out in 2016 and 2017 by way of repeated field visits and in collaboration with an extensive network of local associations.
Englisch|01. 02. 2018
An analysis of the daily struggles of migrants as they attempt to leave Ventimiglia for northern Europe
Englisch|01. 05. 2017
East Daraa, Syria first follow-up assessment
As the Syria crisis enters its seventh year, people continue to suffer the consequences of a conflict that has caused destruction and devastation with complete disregard for human life. The objectives of the Eastern Daraa First Follow-up Assessment, conducted in all study settings with the participation of all respondents, aimed to answer questions like what are the current critical health needs in Daraa and what is the mortality rate.
Englisch|01. 07. 2016
East Daraa, Syria Baseline Assessment
The conflict in Syria is probably one of the worst humanitarian crises since the Second World War. Daraa governorate is one of Syria’s 14 governorates, located in the southwest of the country, close to the border with Jordan. The assessment was conducted in the eastern section of Daraa from 16 to 20 July 2016, after a three-day remote training for data collectors by the MSP-HSP project manager.