Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

Where we work

 
Tondo project in Philippines
Asia & Pacific

Philippines

An assessment we conducted in the Philippines in 2015 confirmed the need for sexual and reproductive health services in the densely populated and impoverished Tondo area of the capital, Manila.

25

No. staff in 2017

1987

Year MSF first worked in the country
 
Pygmies affected by Yaws
Africa

Republic of Congo

MSF first worked in Congo in 1997 and closed its projects in 2013.
 
Europe & Central Asia

Romania

MSF worked in Romania from 1997 until the end of 2003.
 
TB treatments yield promising results in the Chechen Republic
Europe & Central Asia

Russian Federation

In the Russian Federation, we run tuberculosis, mental health and cardiac care programmes in Chechnya.

38

patients started on treatment for MDR-TB
 
Africa

Rwanda

MSF closed its projects in Rwanda in 2007.
 
The Americas

El Salvador

In 2018 MSF returned to El Salvador to provide healthcare to communities affected by growing violence and insecurity.
 
Europe & Central Asia

Serbia

Since 2014, we have provided medical and psychological assistance channels for asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in Serbia.

22,800

outpatient consultations

3,600

individual mental health consultations

760

group mental health sessions
 
MSF Hospital in Kabala, Sierra Leone
Africa

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone was finally declared Ebola-free on 17 March 2016 and the country is now struggling to rebuild its shattered health system.

38,300

patients treated for malaria

14,500

antenatal consultations

4,200

postnatal consultations
 
Slovenia: People on transit urgently need assistance
Europe & Central Asia

Slovenia

In 2015, MSF supported the Slovenian Ministry of Health at the Brežice transit centre on the border with Croatia, providing around-the-clock medical assistance to migrants and refugees entering the country along the Balkan route.
 
Solomon Island Floods
Asia & Pacific

Solomon Islands

MSF provided medical care in the Solomon Islands following devastating floods in 2014.
 
Re-starting medical activities in Somalia
Africa

Somalia

Four years after a series of violent attacks on our staff forced us to withdraw from Somalia, we started providing much needed medical care again in May 2017.

3,600

patients treated in feeding centres
 
Bending the Curves - Eshowe HIV
Africa

South Africa

South Africa has the largest HIV patient cohort in the world and is helping to lead the way in gaining access to new treatments for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).

14,300

patients treated for HIV

690

patients started on treatment for TB

280

patients started on treatment for MDR-TB
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