As Technical Solidarity (Tecnologie Solidali Onlus), we thought of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) because for almost 50 years it has been fighting for the right to health for all and without borders.

Today the MSF teams support some hospitals, general practitioners, territorial communities in the counties of Lombardia and Marche, and several residences for elder people (the people most vulnerable to the disease).

MSF’s global intervention against Covid-19 has extended to over 40 countries across Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Oceania and South America. To support all these activities, MSF has set up a special fund to which everyone can contribute: the EMERGENCY FUND COVID-19.

Technical Solidarity has chosen to activate its network in order to help them.

We will be sincerely grateful to anyone who wants to participate, within their possibilities, to support the MSF team with us.


support the hospitals in the Lodi area and the residences for elder people in the Marche region.

Let’s support them in their intervention in Italy and in over 40 countries around the world, to fight the coronavirus pandemic!!!

Donations received: 305€

(Please note: this data is not updated automatically, but manually, during working days)

For the donation please go to the following link:

Remember to state the reason for paying: TS X MSF – COVID-19 EMERGENCY FUND

To follow MSF work updates in Italy and around the world visit the page:

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an independent international humanitarian organization founded in 1971. Today MSF provides relief in more than 70 countries to populations whose survival is threatened by armed conflict, violence, epidemics, natural disasters or exclusion from health care. MSF operates on the principles of medical ethics and impartiality, determining people’s needs without discrimination of any kind. Its independence is guaranteed by private donations, which represent 100% of the funds raised in Italy. Today MSF is an international movement composed of thousands of health workers, logistic and administrative staff. In 1999 it received the Nobel Peace Prize.