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Alerte Niger, the second application in the Alert-Epidemics programme, is now ready for deployment in the Maradi region of Niger.

The application, as well as the basic equipment needed to use it, will be provided free of charge to health facilities and healthcare workers, who will be trained to use this intuitive system. In the future, the system could be scaled up nationally and replicated in other countries.

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Nature Communications magazine publishes results demonstrating Antibiogo's technical feasibility

This Friday, February 19, the Antibiogo Project took on a new dimension. The results demonstrating the technical feasibility of the application were published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications. This new step will allow Antibiogo to be made available free of charge to a large number of laboratories in countries with limited resources to fight against antibiotic resistance.


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3D Program in Gaza : Watch the presentation video of the project

Watch the presentation video of the 3D program in Gaza, with the interview of Abed El Hamid Qaradaya, MSF Physiotherapy Activity Manager in Gaza.


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3D technologies, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, etc. Based on technological innovations, we develop solutions to problems in the field. After a study and test phase, our aim is to deploy them in the MSF association’s fields of action and share them with the whole of the sector.



To validate new medical protocols and initiate large scale practice changes, we support medical research conducted by other institutional actors. These researches, carried out in the field, are chosen for their transformative potential.



Within The MSF Foundation, the CRASH aims to stimulate debate and critical reflection on ground practices and more generally on the humanitarian world. In addition, at The MSF Foundation, we offer scholarships to MSF executives to favor skill building through training.

The team


Clara Nordon

Director of The MSF Foundation
Clara has qualifications both from the Université de Paris Dauphine in France and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the United States. She went on to join MSF in 2012 where she worked in a number of different field positions. She was appointed Director of The MSF Foundation in 2016.

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Michel Cojean

President of The MSF Foundation


Rachel Ach

Executive Assistant


Catherine Béchereau

Donor Loyalty and Philanthropy Manager