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Throughout the extraordinary year that was 2020, MSF teams delivered emergency medical care to over 10 million patients in 72 countries. The COVID-19 pandemic impacted vulnerable communities and people in humanitarian crisis zones where MSF work particularly hard, but our teams were there to provide essential care.

 

This was all possible thanks to the generosity of supporters like you.

Now we can make that support go even further with just your signature.

 

By simply completing the secure online form you can allow us to claim tax relief on your donation, making sure it goes even further in supporting our life-saving medical work.

By claiming tax relief on donations you’ve already made, we can generate even more funds to help patients around the world. Best of all, this tax relief is unrestricted and the form is valid for five years.

 

If you have any questions at all, please call us on 01 660 3337 or email us at office@dublin.msf.org today. We can continue to make your donations go further and together, we can continue to save lives.

Thank you for being such a vital member of our team,

Isabel Simpson, Executive Director

Médecins Sans Frontières

Hamza is four years old. He is receiving wound care treatment in the MSF medical point in Karantina, Beirut. MSF has established a fixed point in the Mar Mikhael and Karantina neighborhoods in Beirut, two of the areas most impacted by the blast, to provide medical support to the people affected by the explosion. The team provides wound care (dressings), rapid consultations for people with non-communicable diseases, as well as psychological first aid.

Hamza (4) receives wound care treatment in the MSF medical point in Karantina, Beirut, which was established to provide medical support to the people most affected by the recent explosion. Photograph © Mohamad Cheblak/MSF 2020

I resumed working in COVID-19 response after having been infected with COVID-19 myself during the line of duty, because of my determination and desire to tackle this pandemic, It is because I did not wish to see people in that same place and situation I were in and the same pain I experienced, I wanted to help people, and to come back stronger to aid them,” says Ansaf, nurse aid working at the MSF-supported Sheikh Zayed COVID-19 center in Sana’a.

Nurse aid Ansaf working at a new MSF COVID-19 treatment centre in Sheikh Zayed hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana’a. Her face shield reads “One day, we will drop the masks, and the smiles will shine once again.” Photograph © Maya Abu Ata/MSF 2020

Nurse Nara Duarte teaches a child the correct way to perform hand hygiene in a community visited by the MSF and municipal health system's staff in Lake Mirini.

“We knew we were getting closer to very vulnerable communities, so it was vitally important to prevent patients and health staff from becoming contaminated during consultations. We asked to help with the infection control on the first boat clinic after lockdown, as we felt this would be an important part of helping to minimise the risk of the disease spreading into the most vulnerable communities.”

Nurse Nara Duarte teaches a child the correct way to perform hand hygiene in a community visited by the MSF and municipal health system’s staff in Lake Mirini, Brazil. Photograph © Mariana Abdalla/MSF2020