Improving Care in Health Emergencies: Launching soon the DICE Programme

Doctors Worldwide has actively been working on the ground in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh since November 2017. In partnership with the UN-IOM we have been able to  respond to the Rohingya Crisis through capacity building and health system strengthening benefiting the local community as well as the Rohingya people. To date, over 900,000 patient consultations have […]


Horrors of the Olive Grove

– An account by Monowara Gani, CEO of Doctors Worldwide “3 pairs of socks. That is all that he wore over his frozen and extremely painful feet. The open toed sandals provided no relief from the harsh cold weather. He hasn’t eaten for 2 days and his body constantly aches from the freezing grounds of […]

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Doctors Worldwide celebrates successfully strengthening the health response for the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh

Since the Rohingya refugee crisis began in 2017, the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh has experienced an influx of nearly one million refugees escaping violence, discrimination, and statelessness in Myanmar. This has placed an unprecedented strain on the existing healthcare services in Cox’s Bazar and surrounding areas which has resulted in a shortage of qualified […]