The Humanity First collection is designed to showcase how MSF teams are putting humanity first and providing lifesaving medical care across borders. It is thanks to our valued donors that all of this is made possible. Read on to learn all about how your support is changing lives.

Humanity First with MSF

For our dedicated Doctors Without Borders (MSF) field workers, putting humanity first is more than just saving lives, it is a commitment to humanitarianism. It means more than providing medical care, it means being principled and professional: serving with compassion, impartiality and non-judgement.

We asked some of our fieldworkers the question ‘Why MSF?’ to find out the reason they choose to work for our organisation. In listening to their answers, we hope that you’re able to see that for them it’s about their passion and commitment to the patients we treat in over 70 countries around the world.

Follow nurse Jeneba Jalloh, doctors Lindsay Demes and Chinonso Emmanuel Okorie, and community health officer Brima Momoh as they go about their busy days treating patients in Hangha hospital. In this video, they speak about their passions and motivations for their jobs, as well as the medical needs they see every day.

Join us in our cause to put #HumanityFirst

Get involved in our Humanity First campaign by purchasing one of the T-shirts in our campaign collection. By sharing your support, you’ll be contributing to our worthy life-saving cause of providing medical relief to those that need it most, and showing others that are your values are shared with ours.

The MSF Humanity First T-shirt is unisex, with a rounded neckline making for a comfortable fit, whether you’d like to dress it up casually with jeans or don it for your next race. There are three colourways to choose from, so you can choose your favourite and pair it with just about any other colour. We set our pricing at affordable rates and offer delivery to your door.


Show your support with the #HumanityFirst T-shirt today!


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