Institutional reports

Une jeune fille dans un bidonville - (c) Olivier Papegnies pour MdM
The resurgence of autocrats, the rise to power of the far right in Austria, Italy and Brazil, brutal and unpredictable power in the United States, withdrawal and rejection have marked the international scene in 2018. The construction of peace the reduction of the social divide or the fight against...
Un enfant Rohingyas,région de Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh ©Arnaud Finistre
In 2017, we pursued the efforts undertaken in 2016 to control our spending and optimise our resources. Our economic model is evolving and must allow us to produce operating surpluses that will consolidate our political independence, strengthen our social impact and support the organisation’s...
Rohnigyas fuyant la Birmanie - (c) Arnaud Finistre pour MdM
In 2017 again, Doctors of the World was at the heart of revolts, a witness to tragedies and transformations. Here in France, we stood alongside those who being pushed aside, driven away or rendered invisible, with no prospects of a stable future. And abroad we were present wherever violence is...
© Olivier Papegnies
In a context of controlled growth (+5% against +17% between 2014 and 2015), 2016 was very clearly a year of transition and initiatives. Transition, because we finalised our strategic plan and are currently developing an action plan. These two plans will improve how we target and orient our...
© William Daniels
In 2015, the organisation pursued its growth through the development of its social programmes in France and abroad: the Syrian crisis, the emergency in Nepal, migration projects in France, etc. The year ended with a small €265k surplus, following two financial years of deficit in 2014 (-€2.9...
Niger enfant rapport moral © Olivier Papegnies
In 2016, Doctors of the World continued its commitment to countries in crisis where civilians saw no respite. From Ukraine to Yemen, from Nigeria to Syria, humanitarian principles have not been respected. We denounced the extreme difficulty of access to people, the massacres, acts of torture, and...
©Olivier Papegnies
This year, their number exceeded the milestone of 60 million, mainly because the war in Syria is causing the largest population displacement in decades, but also due to ongoing conflicts elsewhere in the world. To support our work and in partnership with the international MdM network, we denounced...
 
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