MSF Pictures of 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015 — This selection of 48 all-uses taken by commissioned photographers and MSF staff photos representing MSF’s most powerful images of 2015. 

System identifier: MSB16782<br/>Title: SOUTH SUDAN KALA AZAR<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Karel Prinsloo<br/>Countries: South Sudan<br/>Description: Kala azar sufferer Ruai Puot Malow (56 years) is assisted by his wife Yakuony Jock Deng (right) and a relative at a Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders hospital in Lankien, South Sudan, Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015. Ruai was brought to the hospital by relatives who carried him for five hours through the bush to the MSF hospital after he suffered yet another outbreak of the disease.
System identifier<br/>: MSB16994<br/>Title<br/>: Harsh winter conditions for refugees in Lebanon<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Ghazal Sotoudeh<br/>Countries:<br/>Lebanon<br/>Description<br/>: A child sorts through firewood amongst washing lines as freezing fog surrounds the<br/>Khoder Hawash makeshift settlement for refugees on the outskirts of Baalbek in Lebanon's Bekaa<br/>valley 17 January 2014. <br/>Snow and hail fell heavily 07 January in Lebanon’s Bekaa valley, where some 400,000 Syrian<br/>refugees are sheltering in a number of makeshift camps
System identifier<br/>: MSB17283<br/>Title<br/>: Bentu Sandy Story<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Anna Surinyach<br/>Countries:<br/>Sierra Leone<br/>Description<br/>: Bentu Sandy, an Ebola survivor who now works with MSF in Bo as a mental health<br/>counsellor, celebrates the release of Agustine. Agustine is a pharmacist who caught Ebola in the<br/>course of his work helping to fight the disease
System identifier: MSB17339<br/>Title: SOUTH SUDAN KALA AZAR<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Karel Prinsloo<br/>Countries: South Sudan<br/>Description: A kala azar patient rests at a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Lankien, South Sudan, 13 January 2015.
System identifier: MSB17477<br/>Title: Conflict effect on population. Donetsk region, Ukraine JAN 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Manu Brabo<br/>Countries: Ukraine<br/>Description: A patient infected with TB is treated by a member of MSF staff within a prison in Donetsk, Ukraine, where MSF is helping to treat patients infected with TB.<br/><br/>MSF has been running a DR-TB treatment program within the penitentiary system in Donetsk since 2011
System identifier: MSF150331<br/>Title: Dignity Rescue July<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Anna Surinyach<br/>Countries: Italy<br/>Description: Fifteen-year-old Fathema is from Somalia. She fled Mogadiscio seven months ago. She left alone and without telling her family. She wants to live in Europe – she doesn’t care in which country.<br/>System identifier: MSB17339<br/>Title: SOUTH SUDAN KALA AZAR<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Karel Prinsloo<br/>Countries: South Sudan<br/>Description: A kala azar patient rests at a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Lankien, South Sudan, 13 January 2015.<br/>System identifier: MSB16782<br/>Title: SOUTH SUDAN KALA AZAR<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Karel Prinsloo<br/>Countries: South Sudan<br/>Description: Kala azar sufferer Ruai Puot Malow (56 years) is assisted by his wife Yakuony Jock Deng (right) and a relative at a Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders hospital in Lankien, South Sudan, Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015. Ruai was brought to the hospital by relatives who carried him for five hours through the bush to the MSF hospital after he suffered yet another outbreak of the disease. The conflict...<br/>System identifier: MSB17477<br/>Title: Conflict effect on population. Donetsk region, Ukraine JAN 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Manu Brabo<br/>Countries: Ukraine<br/>Description: A patient infected with TB is treated by a member of MSF staff within a prison in Donetsk, Ukraine, where MSF is helping to treat patients infected with TB.<br/><br/>MSF has been running a DR-TB treatment program within the penitentiary system in Donetsk since 2011<br/>System identifier: MSB17480<br/>Title: Conflict effect on population. Donetsk region, Ukraine JAN 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Manu Brabo<br/>Countries: Ukraine<br/>Description: Galina, 86, looks at the hole where a shell hit her apartment in Kievsky district in Donetsk, Ukraine.
System identifier: MSB17721<br/>Title:<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Yann Libessart<br/>Countries: Guinea<br/>Description: MSF staff dressing in PPE to enter the high risk zone at MSF ETC in Donka, Conakry.
System identifier<br/>: MSB17938<br/>Title<br/>: MSF in JDJ Hospital<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Yann Libessart<br/>Countries:<br/>Liberia<br/>Description<br/>: Since December 2014, MSF assists JDJ Memorial Hospital in Monrovia in upgrading<br/>their level of maternal and pediatric care, taking Ebola into account
System identifier<br/>: MSF141951<br/>Title<br/>: Malawi floods, FEB 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Luca Sola<br/>Countries:<br/>Malawi<br/>Description<br/>: Alesi Phiri, 7yo, walks on a former field as she looks to the thick coat of dried mud. 85%<br/>of the population in the area relies on agriculture for economic survival. Consequences of the floods<br/>will likely be felt for months as all crops have been destroyed.
System identifier: MSF142605 Description:Transport of MSF supplies to get to one of the North Homs besieged areas.<br/><br/>"Already reaching North Homs with supplies is very difficult, but the situation [here] is impossible. Geographically it is a valley, but we are surrounded by mountains and checkpoints - in reality it is more like an island with 90,000 people under an even more intense siege within the general siege on Northern Homs. <br/><br/>"It’s been three years since this area has been reachable by cars on regular roads. Whether it is for food, medicine or fuel, we can only go through a muddy and difficult path accessible only by foot, donkey or with small boats across Lake Houleh. We only have one path for supplies, but we call it the death path because there are snipers; whatever reaches us is covered in the blood of the people who have risked their lives to get it here." Dr A.
System identifier: MSF142748<br/>Title<br/>: Burned children supported by MSF in northern Syria<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Unknown Expat<br/>Countries:<br/>Syria <br/>Description<br/>: Besieged, bombed, attacked, displaced, the Syrian population is devastated by four<br/>years of war. Basic services - access to health care, water, electricity, food Ethnic foods are no longer<br/>available in most of the country's governorates. In IDP camps in Bab Al Hawa and Atme, living<br/>conditions are more than precariou
System identifier<br/>: MSF142995<br/>Title<br/>: Victims of chlorine attack<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Unknown<br/>Countries:<br/>Syria <br/>Description<br/>: A small child is treated after a chlorine attack. Victims of the attack were brought to an<br/>MSF supported hospital in Saremin in the region of Idlib, Syria
System identifier<br/>: MSF142748<br/>Title<br/>: Burned children supported by MSF in northern Syria<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Unknown Expat<br/>Countries:<br/>Syria <br/>Description<br/>: Besieged, bombed, attacked, displaced, the Syrian population is devastated by four<br/>years of war. Basic services - access to health care, water, electricity, food Ethnic foods are no longer<br/>available in most of the country's governorates. In IDP camps in Bab Al Hawa and Atme, living<br/>conditions are more than precarious.<br/>System identifier<br/>: MSF142995<br/>Title<br/>: Victims of chlorine attack<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Unknown<br/>Countries:<br/>Syria <br/>Description<br/>: A small child is treated after a chlorine attack. Victims of the attack were brought to an<br/>MSF supported hospital in Saremin in the region of Idlib, Syria.<br/>System identifier<br/>: MSF143401<br/>Title<br/>: México - Ayotzinapa<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Juan Carlos Tomasi<br/>Countries:<br/>Mexico<br/>Description<br/>: The Escuela Normal Rural Raúl Isidro Burgos teacher training college in Ayotzinapa,<br/>where the 43 missing students were studying, is in the Tixtla municipality, Guerrero. It is one of the<br/>poorest states in Mexico. MSF has been providing psychosocial support to the parents, families and<br/>classmates of the missing
System identifier<br/>: MSF143800<br/>Title<br/>: Emergency Malaria Outbreak South Kivu DRC<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Eddy Van Wessel<br/>Countries:<br/>Democratic Republic of Congo<br/>Description<br/>: In Kabanga village, MSF has trained community health workers to detect and cure<br/>malaria. Severe cases must be urgently referred by boat to the MSF-supported hospital in Baraka
System identifier<br/>: MSF144094<br/>Title<br/>: Rutshuru Hospital, DR Congo<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Leonora Baumann<br/>Countries:<br/>Democratic Republic of Congo. From November 2014 to January 2015, the General Hospital of reference (HGR) of Rutshuru in the province of North Kivu, DRC, has treated hundreds of children, the first victims of an unprecedented malaria peak. This is the most important malaria peak which the Congolese staff has ever faced, both in terms of severity, but also number of cases and duration of the peak. A situation worsened by pathologies affecting the worst case: many respiratory infections and severe sepsis. MSF is supporting the Rutshuru HGR (287 hospital beds) in the North Kivu province since October 2005. MSF runs the "hot pole": surgery, intensive care, emergency and burn support and case management for victims of sexual violence.
System identifier<br/>: MSF145012<br/>Title<br/>: Kathmandu, Nepal<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Jean-Paul Delain<br/>Countries:<br/>Nepal Description:A giant earthquake struck Nepal on the morning of Saturday April 25th. Thousands are confirmed dead with many more injured and homeless.MSF teams and equipment have already arrived in the country, and more are on their way. Kathmandu has experienced relatively little destruction, with the vast majority of buildings still standing. However, many people are sleeping outside in tents and makeshift shelters as they are afraid to be inside due to aftershocks. This is a concern given that storms are expected over the coming days.
System identifier<br/>: MSF150650<br/>Title<br/>: Bourbon Argos rescues in the Mediterranean (July-August 2015)<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Christophe Stramba-Badiali<br/>Countries:<br/>Italy<br/>Description<br/>: Prior to embarkation on board the Bourbon Argos. MSF and MOAS rescue team assisted 369 people in distress found on a that 12 meters wooden boat in the Mediterranean sea. <br/><br/>Will Turner (Emergency Coordinator) and MOAS rescue team on board of the RHIB. <br/><br/>As part of the rescue operation, the team will provide people first with life jackets to prevent drowning and then operate transfer onto the MY Phoenix. <br/><br/>During transfer, the Rhib can take between 10 to 20 people on board. The team have to do many rides before taking everybody safe on board of the MY Phoenix.
System identifier: MSF145431<br/>Title: Mobile Clinic in Gorozishe, Lugansk<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Jon Levy<br/>Countries: Ukraine<br/>Description: Dr Moshin Mehraj checks the pulse of an elderly patient at the MSF mobile clinic in the village of Gorodishe, near Lugansk.
System identifier<br/>: MSF145894<br/>Title<br/>: Meningitis Epidemic in Niger<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Sylvain Cherkaoui<br/>Countries:<br/>Niger<br/>Description<br/>: Patients wait their turn to come in the ambulatory.
System identifier<br/>: MSF146166<br/>Title<br/>: MSF Response to Nepal Earthquake<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Brian Sokol<br/>Countries:<br/>Nepal<br/>Description<br/>: Gorkha District, Nepal on May 7 2015.<br/>On 25 April a magnitude 7.8 earthquake killed more than 8,000 people and destroyed massive<br/>amounts of property, including numerous temples that were on the list of UNESCO World Heritage<br/>Sites.
System identifier<br/>: MSF146802<br/>Title<br/>: South Sudan, Melut<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Matthias Steinbach<br/>Countries:<br/>South Sudan<br/>Description<br/>: A MSF doctor is taking her time to listen to a patient in the main ward of the MSF clinic<br/>in Mellut
System identifier<br/>: MSF147866<br/>Title<br/>: Pakistan Behind The Headlines<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Sa'adia Khan<br/>Countries:<br/>Pakistan<br/>Description<br/>: Mohammad Akhtar 40 years old with his daughter Rubbina 10. From Mamozai - took<br/>them 6 hours to get to the hospital by foot. His wife has a kidney problem. 7 children. Rubbina has<br/>Leishmaniasis - skin condition
System identifier<br/>: MSF148193<br/>Title<br/>: Migrants in Kos, Greece<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Alessandro Penso<br/>Countries:<br/>Greece 2015. Kos. Greece. An Afghan family at the pier on the island of Kos. Earlier, they were waiting in vain outside the nearby police station to get the necessary papers which would allow them to leave the island. “I’ve come to Europe to give my children the best” says the father of the family. “I don’t know when I can get my papers.”. For seven days, the family was staying in the disused Captain Elias hotel, which the Kos authorities direct migrants to stay in while they await the authorization from the police to leave the island. However, they decided to move out because of the unhygienic conditions: “It’s dangerous for the children because there are a lot of insects.`My children have insect bites all over their bodies. When I was sleeping there was an insect that crawled into my ear and it’s still there now.”
System identifier<br/>: MSF148249<br/>Title<br/>: Idomeni migration route, Greece<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Alessandro Penso<br/>Countries:<br/>GreecDescription:A group of around 150 Syrians set off to cross the Greek border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), with the hope of being able to apply for refugee status in countries such as Germany or Sweden. The Greek border with the FYROM is increasingly under the control of people-smugglers, and is becoming less safe each day, so migrants try to cross the border in large groups so they can defend themselves.
System identifier<br/>: MSF149192<br/>Title<br/>: Trauma Centre Kunduz<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Andrew Quilty<br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan. Qudus brought his four year old dauger khal Bibi in after she fell through the roof of their home and injured her leg. At Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Kunduz Trauma Centre where free treatment is provided to patients regardless of their political affiliation (ie. the side on which the fight in the war between the armed opposition group and Government forces) MSF’s trauma centre is the only facility of its kind in the whole north-eastern region of Afghanistan providing high level life- and limb-saving trauma care. MSF opened Kunduz Trauma Centre in August 2011 to provide high quality, free medical and surgical care to victims of trauma such as traffic accidents, as well as those with conflict related injuries from bomb blasts or gunshots.
System identifier<br/>: MSF149528<br/>Title<br/>: Malawi Prisons - Chichiri and Maula<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Luca Sola<br/>Countries:<br/>Malawi<br/>Description<br/>: MALAWI. Blantyre. May 25th, 2015. Chichiri Prison Description:MALAWI. Blantyre. May 25th, 2015. Chichiri Prison. <br/><br/>Overview of an overcrowded cell portrayed early in the morning (6am) The prisoners are waiting the authorization to go out to the common space after some 14 hours spent in critical condition. Overcrowding is a critical problem in Malawian jails. Chichiri Prison was built to house 800 prisoners instead of the 2000 currently detained there. According to medical statistics this specific cell 5, one of the most overcrowded, have the most case of viral transmissions (Tuberculosis, Hepatitis, Malaria, HIV) as well as the highest percentage of other diseases related to unhygienic conditions (Scabies, skin infections, rash).
System identifier<br/>: MSF149696<br/>Title<br/>: Kara Tepe Camp in Lesbos, Greece.<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Georgios Makkas<br/>Countries:<br/>Greece. Thousands of migrants and asylum seekers are currently stranded in precarious conditions across several Greek islands, despite repeated calls since December 2014 by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to Greek authorities and the EU to address the lack of reception capacity. An MSF emergency response team has arrived in Lesbos - one of the two islands in Greece that actually has organised reception facilities, but where the system is on the edge of collapse.
System identifier: MSF149778<br/>Title: Nyarugusu camp - Tanzania<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Louise Annaud<br/>Countries: Tanzania<br/>Description: Arrival of a bus with new Burundian refugees coming from Kigoma. Some people have been on the road for a week and had to walk for miles.
MSF Photos of 2015<br/>System identifier<br/>: MSF150048<br/>Title<br/>: Occupied Minds_ Mustafa Suliman<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Surinyach Anna<br/>Countries:<br/>Palestinian Territories. Mustafa is only 11 years old but he has already been detained for interrogation. He lives in a makeshift shed with 21 other people from his extended family. He has seven siblings and his parents live in Jericho, one hour drive away with their sheep, where he goes on the weekends. He likes math and Arabic besides science and would like to work with his father in a supermarket and looking after the sheep.<br/>Mustafa is only 11 years old but he has already been detained for interrogation. He lives in a makeshift shed with 21 other people from his extended family. He has seven siblings and his parents live in Jericho, one hour drive away with their sheep, where he goes on the weekends. He likes math and Arabic besides science and would like to work with his father in a supermarket and looking after the sheep.
System identifier<br/>: MSF150158<br/>Title<br/>: July 13 Rescue - Phoenix<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Gabriele François Casini<br/>Countries:<br/>Italy<br/>Description<br/>: With 414 people on board, space becomes extremely limited and every available inch is<br/>used to allow people to rest and sleep. Despite appearing very crowded, many people say they slept<br/>comfortably for the first time in months
System identifier<br/>: MSF150254<br/>Title<br/>: Sa'ada City Hospital<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Sebastiano Tomada<br/>Countries:<br/>Yemen<br/>Description<br/>: A father holds his wounded child at the MSF supported Ministry of Health hospital in<br/>Sa'ada city. SSaudi led coalition forces have been carrying out air strikes on a daily basis in Yemen's<br/>Sa'ada warning civilians to leave the province after declaring the entire territory a "military<br/>target".June 15, 2015.<br/>(Photo by Sebastiano Tomada/Getty Images Reportage
System identifier<br/>: MSF150270<br/>Title<br/>: Refugees in Kos<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Alessandro Penso<br/>Countries:<br/>Greece<br/>Description<br/>: Seven people from Pakistan arrive on the Greek island of Kos after rowing all night
System identifier: MSB17480<br/>Title: Conflict effect on population. Donetsk region, Ukraine JAN 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Manu Brabo<br/>Countries: Ukraine<br/>Description: Galina, 86, looks at the hole where a shell hit her apartment in Kievsky district in Donetsk, Ukraine.
System identifier<br/>: MSF150477<br/>Title<br/>: Aden besieged<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Guillaume Binet<br/>Countries:<br/>Yemen<br/>Description<br/>: Emergency room in Aden hospital.
System identifier<br/>: MSF150650<br/>Title<br/>: Bourbon Argos rescues in the Mediterranean (July-August 2015)<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Christophe Stramba-Badiali<br/>Countries:<br/>Italy<br/>Description<br/>: Prior to embarkation on board the Bourbon Argos
System identifier<br/>: MSF150894<br/>Title<br/>: MSF in Al Dhale and Taiz, Yemen. July 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Alex Potter<br/>Countries:<br/>Yemen<br/>Description<br/>: A Yemeni man surveys the damage from an airstrike from the previous night on July 21,<br/>2015 in Qataba, Yemen. At least four missiles struck a cluster of houses outside Qataba, killing at least<br/>four people and injuring dozens, many of whom were brought to the MSF supported hospital in<br/>Qatab
System identifier<br/>: MSF154393<br/>Title<br/>: Kunduz Hospital After the Attack<br/>Photo: ©MSF<br/>: Andrew Quilty<br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan<br/>Description<br/>: Burnt-out corridors, collapsed roofs, twisted metal and ash, is all that remains of many<br/>building at the MSF Trauma Centre in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, following the 03 October US<br/>airstrike on the facility which killed more than 20 MSF staff members and patients.<br/>System identifier<br/>: MSF149192<br/>Title<br/>: Trauma Centre Kunduz<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Andrew Quilty<br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan<br/>Description<br/>: Qudus brought his four year old dauger khal Bibi in after she fell through the roof of their<br/>home and injured her leg. At Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Kunduz Trauma Centre where free<br/>treatment is provided to patients regardless of their political affiliation (ie. the side on which the fight<br/>in the war between the armed opposition group and Government forces) <br/>MSF’s trauma centre is the<br/>only facility...<br/>System identifier<br/>: MSF153449<br/>Title<br/>: MSF Staff Killed and Hospital Partially Destroyed in Kunduz, Afghanistan.<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: <br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan<br/>Description<br/>: MSF staff in shock in one of the remaining parts of MSF's hospital in Kunduz, in the<br/>aftermath of sustained bombing 03 October 2015.
System identifier<br/>: MSF145894<br/>Title<br/>: Meningitis Epidemic in Niger<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Sylvain Cherkaoui<br/>Countries:<br/>Niger<br/>Description<br/>: Patients wait their turn to come in the ambulatory
System identifier<br/>: MSF154393<br/>Title<br/>: Kunduz Hospital After the Attack<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Andrew Quilty<br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan<br/>Description<br/>: Burnt-out corridors, collapsed roofs, twisted metal and ash, is all that remains of many<br/>building at the MSF Trauma Centre in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan, following the 03 October US<br/>airstrike on the facility which killed more than 20 MSF staff members and patients
System identifier<br/>: MSF154407<br/>Title<br/>: Kunduz Hospital Aftermath - 14 Oct 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Victor J. Blue<br/>Countries:<br/>Afghanistan Description:An interior view of the MSF Trauma Centre, 14 October 2015, shows a missile hole in the wall and the burnt-out remians of the the building aftera sustained attack on the facility in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan.
System identifier<br/>: MSF154432<br/>Title<br/>: Stranded in Serbia<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Anna Surinyach<br/>Countries:<br/>Serbia<br/>Description<br/>: Up to 3,000 refugees were stranded in the border between Serbia and Croatia on<br/>October 19. Hundreds had spent the night on the Serbian transit area of Babska-Sid, with no shelter.<br/>Rain and low temperatures were affecting the health conditions of the refugees
System identifier<br/>: MSF154655<br/>Title<br/>: Seeking malaria treatment around Aweil, South Sudan<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi<br/>Countries:<br/>South Sudan. Description:32-year-old Arek Nuoi, mother of four, receives an IV treatment of quinine for malaria after she was brought to Panthou government health care center unconscious, carried on a bicycle by her three brothers-in-law. "Yesterday, we were here [in Panthou] for market day, and she was okay," said one of her brothers-in-law. "Last night she had a headache and then body pain," continued her mother. "This morning, I went to collect the local tree," she explained, referring to the traditional plant medicine for headaches and other pain. When she returned, she found Arek collapsed and vomiting. The family tied a chair onto a bicycle and placed Arek in the chair. They then pushed it all the way from their home village of Maper to the Panthou health center. The journey took one and a half hours. At home they have a mosquito net and always sleep under it, but none of them knew how malaria is contracted. Panthou health care center is the only one in Aweil South county and is currently treating about 150 malaria patients per day. They had just received a supply of ACT oral medication for malaria; their previous stock had run out on August 17. The new stock will likely run out in one or two weeks. They have quinine, but not a lot, so they reserve it for serious cases. They have no RDT (rapid detection tests), so diagnosis is only done clinically, based on observed symptoms.
System identifier: MSF154973<br/>Title: Tanzania - Burundian refugees in Nyarugusu camp<br/>Photographer / cameraman: Luca Sola<br/>Countries: Tanzania<br/>Description: View of Nyarugusu refugee camp.
System identifier<br/>: MSF155132<br/>Title<br/>: Bourbon Argos Rescue <br/>2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Francesco Zizola<br/>Countries:<br/>Italy<br/>Description<br/>: 26th August 2015. A young child is lifted from a boat containing approximately 650<br/>people during a rescue in the Mediterranean Sea by the Bourbon Argos.
System identifier<br/>: MSF156328<br/>Title<br/>: Ebola Survivor Health in Tonkolili, Sierra Leone, Oct 2015<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Tommy Trenchard<br/>Countries:<br/>Sierra Leone<br/>Description<br/>: Ebola survivor Sorie Kamara photographed in his house during a MSF outreach mission<br/>the village of Mabekoh. Kamara, 25, used to farm rice and cassava before he caught Ebola but is now<br/>too weak. “I got Ebola in October last year. They took me to Bo and I was inside for 10 days. I felt so<br/>happy when I survived, but then three months later I stated to feel pain in my chest and my joints. I<br/>feel so weak
System identifier<br/>: MSF145012<br/>Title<br/>: Kathmandu, Nepal<br/>Photographer / cameraman<br/>: Jean-Paul Delain<br/>Countries:<br/>Nepal