Mish Impossible

Mish Impossible

About the Campaign

Mish Impossible is a campaign launched by MSF Lebanon Branch Office to inform the public opinion in both Egypt and Lebanon on the objectives and work nature of MSF, and to urge those interested in humanitarian field work around the globe to join MSF teams. The campaign slogan is inspired by the name of the famous movie Mission Impossible, but carries an opposite meaning, since the word “Mish” in which is phonetically similar to “Mission”, but it means “no” or “not” in Arabic. This to affirm that working with MSF and going on missions abroad with its teams is in every way possible, and all can be part of our story.

Meet the International Staff

The Mish Impossible campaign site includes a set of videos and written testimonies of field workers within the framework of MSF’s missions abroad, showing the impact this work had on their personal lives, in addition to their most relevant tasks and the characteristics needed to successfully undertake field work.

MSF SpeakInk

MSF SpeakInk

2020

8 illustrations were produced by 8 artists from 4 MENA countries: Lebanon, Egypt, UAE and Jordan. These illustrations were shared on our social media accounts during the month of October.

JORDAN
Abeer Anabtawi

The COVID-19 pandemic has put countless lives at risk in 2020. We would like to pay tribute to health workers who have faced or still are facing this health challenge on the frontlines. Mention them below or share this illustration with them.

LEBANON
Rafik El Hariri

Tuberculosis (TB) is the world’s deadliest infectious disease. It kills millions of people around the globe. MSF advocates for access to better and more affordable TB medication to keep this disease under control.

UAE
Alia Alhamadi

Seeking safety, wherever in the world, is not a crime! Neither individuals nor governments can deny people their dignity. Violence and demeaning practices against migrants should be stopped.

EGYPT
Ismail Moneer

Many of us experience episodes of stress or sadness during difficult times. It’s normal to not be able to get through these experiences alone sometimes. Never hesitate to seek psychological or psychosocial support, we all need it.

LEBANON
Sasha Haddad

Millions around the world fall victim to sexual violence, especially women. But stigma, fear and other obstacles prevent victims from seeking the vital medical and psychological support they need. MSF calls for the silence to be broken and for making medical and psychological support available to all sexual violence victims.

EGYPT
Deena Mohamed

We’re in the middle of an unprecedented global pandemic, and some pharmaceutical corporations appear already gearing up to make huge profits from the long-awaited vaccine. Let’s make sure that people all over the world can benefit from lifesaving vaccinations.

JORDAN
Marah Zada

We all have a role to play in the fight against the global threat that is Antibiotic Resistance, and It starts with you.

UAE
Khalid Mezaina

"We are not sure that words can always save lives, but we know that silence can certainly kill” Dr James Orbinski. Neutrality is not synonymous with silence.

2019

MSF at Universities

MSF at Universities

MSF Lebanon office organizes interactive online sessions, with the title “Can Humanitarian and Career Come Together?” with university students in Lebanon and Egypt. The aim of these sessions is to raise awareness over MSF values and work especially in the field. MSF expats shared their experiences of work abroad in the field along with MSF HR colleagues to talk about the MSF model of recruitment. In the following few recorded sessions.

MSF met students from AUC in which our MSF Project Pharmacy Manager Farida Abougazia and HR Admin Officer Samir Ahmad explained the MSF model of recruitment in addition to its principles and goals.

Published on November 20, 2021

MSF met students from LEMSIC in which our MSF Regional Epidemiologist Krystel Mousalli and our International Recruiter/Development Advisor Zahi Siklawi explained the MSF model of recruitment in addition to its principles and goals.

Published on November 20, 2021