World Malaria Day 2018 in DRC

Democratic Republic of Congo

We respond to emergencies and assist people fleeing violence and armed conflict. In 2018, we have responded to two Ebola outbreaks, in Equateur and North Kivu provinces respectively.

We run some of our largest programmes in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), working in 20 of 26 provinces and responding to diseases outbreaks, conflict and displacement, and health problems such as HIV/AIDs.

The population has little access to healthcare, and outbreaks are frequent due to poor surveillance and infrastructure. Violence has led to crises in the Kivus, Tanganyika and Kasai regions and forced millions to flee. Three of our staff, abducted in North Kivu in 2013, are still missing.

Key activities

HIV Clinics in Kinshasa
Democratic Republic of Congo

Left behind by the HIV response - Kinshasa

MSF Access campaign. 1 Dec 2017
 
Responding to the violent conflict in Kasai, DRC
Democratic Republic of Congo

The work of mobile medical teams in Kasai

Project Update 8 Nov 2017
 
Vaccination campaign in Dundo camps, Angola
Angola

“People in the camp had one goal – to stay alive”

Voices from the Field 6 Nov 2017
 
Responding to the violent conflict in Kasai, DRC
Democratic Republic of Congo

DRC Kasai Crisis update – October 2017

Crisis Update 31 Oct 2017
 
Responding to the violent conflict in Kasai, DRC
Democratic Republic of Congo

Testimonies from Kasai

Project Update 31 Oct 2017
 
Responding to the violent conflict in Kasai, DRC
Democratic Republic of Congo

“Months later, they still can’t remove the bloodstains from the soil”

Voices from the Field 30 Oct 2017
 
Responding to the violent conflict in Kasai, DRC
Democratic Republic of Congo

Urgent need for aid in rural areas of Kasai

Press Release 30 Oct 2017
 
Cholera intervention in South Kivu
Democratic Republic of Congo

One of the most severe cholera epidemics in years continues

Project Update 25 Oct 2017
 
Minova Cholera
Democratic Republic of Congo

MSF treats 17,000 people in one of the largest national cholera outbreaks

Project Update 26 Sep 2017
Up Next
13 June 2018