B’desh Camps July ’18-50 (1)

Sexual Violence in Myanmar

Our role in providing low cost, high impact healthcare to communities in need.    The Rohingya are a predominantly Muslim Indo-Aryan ethnic group and have been subjected to terror and persecution since their citizenship was revoked by the Burmese government in 1982. Now, they are classified as ‘Bengalis,’ and forced to prove at least sixty years […]

‘Strengthening Health Systems in Yemen’- DWW is Guest Speaker at Discussion Day

On Saturday 6th April at Birmingham University, Health Professionals for Yemen held their annual meeting where Doctors Worldwide was invited to speak about health programming beyond relief work. The theme of the day was about strengthening health systems in Yemen. DWW was delighted to attend alongside over 25 health professionals from different backgrounds, all focused […]


Another cohort successfully finished the Postgraduate Fellowship in Migrant and Refugee Health for local doctors in refugee camps and host communities, Bangladesh

A heroic finish to our Cohort B participants It is with immense excitement we announce the completion of our second Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health training for local Bangladeshi doctors in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Congratulations to all of the participants who committed their time and efforts to improve their skills and knowledge […]