Dandarah Partners with MSF in Response to COVID-19

Every purchase counts!

Dandarah is working with Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in support of their work on the COVID-19 response by donating 10% of Dandarah's proceeds from retail and wholesale sales.

This partnership started again on November 25, 2020 until January 1, 2021 to provide further support.

Doctors Without Borders - Proud 2020 Supporter

This means every purchase you make at Dandarah has now double impact:

  • supporting and empowering Dandarah's artisans, and
  • supporting the fight against COVID-19

You can also donate to MSF by clicking on the donate button.

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Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontiers (MSF)’s core function is to provide essential, lifesaving medical care to people and places around the world where pre-existing health systems cannot (or will not) reach. That means MSF takes action wherever and whenever people do not have access to urgently needed health services as a result of disease, disaster, conflict or neglect.

MSF is especially concerned about the impact COVID-19 will have on vulnerable people living in precarious conditions or with limited access to healthcare – such as those trapped in overcrowded refugee camps in Greece or Bangladesh, or in conflict zones like Yemen, South Sudan or Syria. People who are already vulnerable, and who struggle to access the care they need, are at even greater risk from this pandemic.

MSF is adapting their existing programs to prepare and support health systems as the COVID-19 pandemic expands further. They are also responding to new and emerging needs and will continue to do so where they can, particularly for vulnerable people living in precarious situations.

Some of these activities include: supporting existing hospitals and health systems and providing technical training and logistical support to manage the spread of COVID-19 around the world.

MSF periodic COVID-19 crisis update:

Decontamination activities in Kalunguta health zone, North Kivu province, DRC Copyright Alexis Huguet

©Alexis Huguet

Copyright Pablo Garrigos

©Pablo Garrigos