• Emergency Gap

    The project responds to MSF’s concerns regarding the declining emergency response capacity and presence of humanitarian actors in conflict zones. The Emergency Gap work aims to diagnose the drivers of this loss of emergency focus and to analyse the enablers and disablers for the provision of effective response in acute conflict settings. The project also aspires to stimulate debate with a view to identifying better strategic and operational approaches for delivering critical assistance to people trapped in situations of armed conflict.

  • Attacks against medical mission

    Facts, analysis and lessons learned from MSF’s experience in conflict settings/zones

  • Humanitarian practice

    Reflection and analysis on challenges and dilemmas linked to the delivery of humanitarian assistance

Preliminary analysis of facts, trends & concerns

February 2018

The private sector is increasingly involved in multiple aspects of humanitarian action, and not only as financial contributor. This research maps practices, identifies likely future scenarios regarding the privatisation of the response in emergency contexts and flags concerns regarding practices and trends.

 

MSF reflections after a tragic year of hospital bombings

June 2017

Comparative analysis of three tragic hospital bombings (in Afghanistan, Yemen and Syria) that looks beyond their specificities and points to a global climate in which the fight against terrorism has resulted in the subordination of the protection of civilians.