Migrants in Mexico
Every year, an estimated 400,000 people flee violence and poverty in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala and enter Mexico with the hope of reaching the United States. In Mexico, they are systematically exposed to further episodes of violence.

In 2016, more than 15,000 migrants and refugees from Central America were registered in the shelters where we work.

We provide mental health care and consultations in Ixtepec, Tenosique, Celaya, Mexico City, Acapulco, and Colonia Jardín.

In Tierra Caliente, Guerrero state, rural health posts were closed due to violence. We provided emergency obstetric services, including caesarean sections, in Arcelia hospital, and started to run mobile clinics in San Miguel Totolapan and General Heliodoro Castillo municipalities.

 
Desperate journey: Fleeing invisible wars in Central America
Mexico

Tending deep wounds in Mexico

Voices from the Field 29 Oct 2018
 
Desperate journey: Fleeing invisible wars in Central America
Central American Migration

"Leaving the country to seek asylum is often the only option for survival"

Interview 29 Oct 2018
 
Guerrero (Mexico): Under  siege
Mexico

Mobile teams respond to escalating violence and trauma in Guerrero state

Project Update 26 Oct 2018
 
Mexico Migrants Report 2017
Mexico

Abductions and violence, the price to pay to cross Mexico

Project Update 3 Sep 2018
 
VOT project Athens
Mental health

Visible and invisible wounds – MSF treats survivors of torture

Voices from the Field 26 Jun 2018
 
Migrants and Refugees in Mexico shelters
Mexico

An unsafe country for thousands of refugees fleeing violence in Central America

Press Release 20 Jun 2018