Doctors w/o Borders

Doctors w/o Borders

@MSF_USA

Followers905.3K
Following1.6K

Providing medical aid where it's needed most.

New York, NY
Joined on May 13, 2008
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @MSF_USA and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
9 hours
Average replies
2
Average retweets
35
Average likes
63
Tweets with photos
20 / 100
Tweets with videos
20 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

18. in country United States and category NGO

59. in category NGO

141. in country United States and category Society

796. in category Society

📍 A #pandemia exige cuidado redobrado de todos os profissionais da área de saúde, mesmo daqueles que não estão em contato direto com os pacientes. Entenda o trabalho de treinamento que desempenhamos no hospital regional de Tefé, no estado do #Amazonas. https://t.co/LakjMlobrC

Looking back on this lovely song by @jpsaxe @juliamichaels with loads of friends incl. @NiallOfficial @ARamosofficial @alessiacara. Thank you to everyone who watched and supported our work as we respond to COVID-19. @YouTube https://t.co/QQkI0DbAG5 https://t.co/MzMnKAglty

Please share the story of this @MSF_USA trauma doctor's dedicated work to save lives in a #COVID19 clinic near an asylum-seeker camp just over the Mexican border. Moving art by @dalibor410 @AWA_Studios @Upshot_Studios @axelalonsomarv https://t.co/s1TLwwTJpr via @NBCNewsTHINK

A special illustrated Covid Chronicles via @nbcnews: MSF doctor Guadalupe Garcia has worked in emergency humanitarian settings including Yemen & Sudan until COVID-19 brought her home.

What it's like inside an @msf_mexico clinic on the US-Mexico border: https://t.co/CRe1xgRleK https://t.co/7x3HlMdST7

A special illustrated Covid Chronicles via @nbcnews: MSF doctor Guadalupe Garcia has worked in emergency humanitarian settings including Yemen & Sudan until COVID-19 brought her home. What it's like inside an @msf_mexico clinic on the US-Mexico border: https://t.co/CRe1xgRleK https://t.co/7x3HlMdST7

Here's a look at our COVID-19 response to medical needs in Mexico, Honduras, and El Salvador. https://t.co/m0QuHOilKW

Mental health and emotional support are huge aspects of care for patients with COVID-19.
 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras: From the moment patients are admitted to the health center to after they leave, we're providing mental health support. https://t.co/gierjGn6ei https://t.co/Eau6wyvtOZ
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Mental health and emotional support are huge aspects of care for patients with COVID-19. Tegucigalpa, Honduras: From the moment patients are admitted to the health center to after they leave, we're providing mental health support. https://t.co/gierjGn6ei https://t.co/Eau6wyvtOZ

Mato Grosso do Sul is home to indigenous communities disproportionately affected by the pandemic. 

With few doctors in the central Brazilian state, there is often no one to identify when a person with worsening symptoms needs hospital care.
https://t.co/TQeu4qNwSC https://t.co/Q7Drg1XNSR
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Mato Grosso do Sul is home to indigenous communities disproportionately affected by the pandemic. With few doctors in the central Brazilian state, there is often no one to identify when a person with worsening symptoms needs hospital care. https://t.co/TQeu4qNwSC https://t.co/Q7Drg1XNSR

We met Alcery Marques Gabriel, a local indigenous leader, while supporting the COVID-19 response in Brazil's Aquidauana region. He describes the devastation COVID-19 brought to their close-knit community: “We lost elders who carried our history.” https://t.co/AYQ6KxoRfw

What we’re seeing in the streets after #Moria fires: our patients are suffering even more than they were before. We'll say it again, these people don't need to be trapped in another camp: refugees & asylum seekers on Lesbos must be evacuated to a safe place immediately. https://t.co/NoOiCimDqw

Today is World Patient Safety Day—and keeping patients safe means making sure our staff are safe too. We thank frontline workers around the world who work tirelessly to provide safe & quality health care to our patients every day. #UniteForSafeCare https://t.co/VMGQjdkyOv

"Empathy and solidarity are the driving force of the work of humanitarian, and where we fail, life becomes much more difficult for those we help" @avrilbenoit #SolidAction #empathy

We need global solidarity to fight Covid-19 and address the enormous public health challenges of our time. @avrilbenoit speaking about #SolidAction today – including action to protect the lives of women and girls during the pandemic. https://t.co/NB7g0c3jH0

After years of working overseas with @MSF_USA, an @AU_SIS alumna circled back to fight the spread of #coronavirus in New York City. https://t.co/mniO0BXdcN

MSF Sea
4 days ago
Two weeks ago tomorrow, #SeaWatch4 arrived in #Sicily to  disembark 353 people rescued in the #Mediterranean.

The ship has been held under quarantine since.
 
Here the #MSF crew onboard share their reflections of the people & the moments which defined this lifesaving mission 👇 https://t.co/OEnnfVXLG4
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Two weeks ago tomorrow, #SeaWatch4 arrived in #Sicily to disembark 353 people rescued in the #Mediterranean. The ship has been held under quarantine since. Here the #MSF crew onboard share their reflections of the people & the moments which defined this lifesaving mission 👇 https://t.co/OEnnfVXLG4

Take action and help humanitarian orgs improve emergency responses🗺️ Mapping the world's most remote areas gives us accurate info to respond to disasters & outbreaks. Beginner and experienced mappers - join our virtual mapathon Thurs 9/24 at 6 PM EDT. https://t.co/wr2hWpfkoM

MSF Sea
5 days ago

It's high time European states recognize that containing people on the Greek islands only lead to cyclical chaos and human suffering. Humanitarian aid can't fix this. Asylum seekers on #Lesbos need a safe place and this place can't be on the islands. https://t.co/D18FGFh594

After the massive fire last week on the island of Lesbos: "People don't want to be put from one terrible camp to a new one that's just as bad... We will just have a cyclical event of people living in abhorrent conditions." What happens now https://t.co/XuwSi1vGt6 via @NPR

After Fire Razes Camp, Asylum Seekers on Lesbos Fear What's Next -- our story from Lesbos out today, with beautiful images by Mauricio LIma https://t.co/xj2wPI0j2L #moria

"We escaped from fire, but everything is black." About 4,000 children and 8,000 adults have been stranded without shelter or sanitation on the Greek island of Lesbos since fires destroyed Europe's largest refugee camp last week. https://t.co/rJitTlqgTD

NEW: They've fought Ebola in Sierra Leone, cholera in Mozambique and kala-azar in South Sudan. Now a Doctors Without Borders team is here in Houston fighting the coronavirus in nursing homes. https://t.co/RnEfPFvRCe via @HoustonChron w/ @MarieDennise photos

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