MSF providing health care to Syrian refugees in Turkey
Turkey hosts the largest refugee population in the world – over three million – of whom 2.8 million are Syrian.

Around 90 per cent of Syrian refugees in Turkey live in precarious conditions outside camp settings with insufficient access to basic public services.

We provide financial and technical support to local NGOs working on the Syrian-Turkish border. Teams in Turkey also give remote support to medical staff in Syria.

 
Living Conditions in Lesbos, Greece
Turkey

Two years on, deal continues to fail thousands of people seeking asylum

Statement 16 Mar 2018
 
Medical care on the frontline - North Syria
Photo Story

Bringing aid close to the frontline

8 Mar 2017
Photo Story
 
MSF´s Al Salamah hospital in Azaz
Syria

MSF staff on working at Al Salamah hospital, Azaz

Voices from the Field 23 Jun 2016
 
Distributions, Azaz district
Syria

People trapped in Azaz urgently need safe haven - Turkey and the EU must open their borders

Press Release 2 Jun 2016
 
Idomeni
Mediterranean migration

The mismanagement and poor planning Europe is demonstrating is beyond belief

Project Update 12 May 2016
 
Ioannina, Greece
Project Update

Testimony from Yazidi refugees in Katsikas Camp, Greece

Voices from the Field 12 May 2016
 
#safepassage action in Lesbos
Mediterranean migration

In 2016 who still counts as human?

Statement 12 May 2016
 
Samos island, Greece
Greece

Will they kill us here in Europe?

Voices from the Field 13 Apr 2016
 
Overcrowded transit camp in Idomeni
Mediterranean migration

EU Migration Crisis Update - March 2016

Crisis Update 21 Mar 2016