About our resources
We are an emergency medical organisation working in over 70 countries around the world. We provide emergency medical care in countries affected by war, natural disasters or outbreaks of disease.
Working with teachers, we have developed a series of multimedia teaching and learning materials.
These resources have been carefully matched to awarding body specifications and have been informed by a detailed review of Examiners' Reports.
You can also get your school involved in fundraising whilst learning about MSF's vital work
50 years of MSF: 1971-2021
To celebrate MSF's 50th anniversary, we have developed an interactive resource to take secondary students through dramatic moments in MSF's history. It contains key information, videos and exercises for use in the classroom or for individual study, as well as an answer booklet to the questions posed. There are exercises for students covering a number of disciplines, including Biology, Citizenship, Geography, History and PSHE. Use the viewer below or download the pdf.
Find resources for your class
We have developed a special series of COVID-19 resources for parents and teachers to use at home. These resources are for children learning languages, sciences and PSHE at varying levels.
The resources draw on the work of MSF, to engage students with up to date humanitarian challenges, and have been guided by clearly established learning objectives for KS3 and GCSE English. They include games, real-life stories, images and videos to create a buzz in the classroom.
We offer four A Level resources for PSHE, looking at the societal impact of disease outbreaks, MSF's outreach work in Kenya, the rights of refugees and the challenges and dilemmas of humanitarian work.
Fundraising as a school
There are lots of ways that your school can get involved with MSF by learning about our work and raising vital funds.
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