Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

Where we work

 
Harandi, Tehran, Iran
Middle East & North Africa

Iran

MSF provides free healthcare to excluded and marginalised groups in south Tehran, including drug users, sex workers, street children and the ghorbat ethnic minority. ​​​

19,600

outpatient consultations

3,500

individual mental health consultations

45

patients started on treatment for hepatitis C
 
Mosul : Qayyarah hospital
Middle East & North Africa

Iraq

After years of armed conflict and instability, the health sector in Iraq is struggling to get back on its feet. Many health facilities are destroyed and those still operating lack medical supplies and qualified health workers.

42,600

individual mental health consultations

6,200

births assisted

4,600

major surgical interventions
 
MSF team at disembarkation in Vibo Valencia
Europe & Central Asia

Italy

Italy continues to be the main landing point for migrants and refugees coming to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea. The Italian authorities have not developed an adequate reception system to respond to their specific humanitarian needs.

2,500

individual mental health consultations

200

group mental health sessions
 
Japan Tsunami
Asia & Pacific

Japan

MSF first worked in Japan in 2011 and closed its projects in 2011.
 
Dawn Of Recovery
Middle East & North Africa

Jordan

Jordan has registered over 650,000 Syrian refugees since 2011, according to the UNHCR. Lack of proper legal documentation, financial constraints and border closures mean that their access to healthcare is extremely limited.

67,600

outpatient consultations

8,300

individual mental health consultations

2,200

major surgical interventions
 
Advanced HIV management in Homa Bay
Africa

Kenya

We offer care to refugees and slum dwellers in Kenya and respond to public health challenges such as HIV and access to hospital services.

211,000

outpatient consultations

20,800

patients admitted to hospital

15,200

patients provided with first-line ARV treatment
 
Europe & Central Asia

Kosovo

MSF started working in Kosovo in 1993 and withdrew in 2000.
 
Osh project, fighting TB
Europe & Central Asia

Kyrgyzstan

The prevalence of drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) in Kyrgyzstan, one of the poorest nations in the Central Asian region, remains very high.

1,800

outpatient consultations

670

antenatal consultations

64

patients started on treatment for MDR-TB
 
Asia & Pacific

Laos

MSF first worked in Laos in 1989 and closed its projects in 2013.
 
Home-based care in Burj el-Barajneh refugee camp, Beirut.
Middle East & North Africa

Lebanon

More than 1.5 million Syrians have fled into Lebanon since the conflict began in 2011, making Lebanon and Jordan the countries hosting the largest proportion of refugees in the world.

291,500

outpatient consultations

11,100

individual mental health consultations

5,600

births assisted
 
Women at MSF supported health center of Ha Seng, Lesotho.(MSB2386 )
Africa

Lesotho

After nearly a decade in Lesotho, MSF handed its projects to the government in 2015.
 
Post-Ebola Liberia
Africa

Liberia

The West African Ebola outbreak of 2014–2015 took a severe toll on the Liberian health system, which was already fragile and suffering from inadequate medical infrastructures.

5,900

patients admitted to hospital

4,500

patients treated for malaria

1,700

patients in inpatient feeding programmes
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