Doctors Without Borders is a medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid based on need. We help people caught in crisis and those affected by armed conflict and natural disasters, irrespective of political, religious or ethnic affiliation.
Läkare Utan Gränser/Médecins Sans Frontières is a medical, humanitarian organisation that saves lives and alleviates suffering where we are needed the most. We assist people who have been affected by crises, war or natural disasters, regardless of political affiliation, religion or ethnicity.
Every year, around 3 200 international field workers deploy on missions to over 70 countries and work side by side with around 32 000 local employees to implement MSF's work.
In 1999 MSF received the Nobel Peace Prize.