Prison

Press release
Article
“Detainees are stripped of any human dignity, suffer ill treatment, and lack access to medical care...
Updates
Interview
Jean-Guy Vataux, head of mission in Libya, explains how MSF is providing assistance to migrants,...
Patient story
Since 2012, MSF has run mental health programmes in Zimbabwe with the Ministry of Health and Child...
Statement
"The European Union and its Member States need a reality check. Libya is not a safe place - there...
Updates
MSF remains opposed to the indefinite arbitrary detention of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers...
Month in Focus
Ebola: a hope-bringing vaccine; Lebanon: Lives ruined by the conflict; Tanzania: Cholera, a new...
Gallery
Since June 2014 MSF has established a permanent presence in two of the four central prisons in...
Notes from the field
Built to accommodate 800 prisoners, Maula prison is bursting at the seams with 2,650 inmates...
Crisis Update
( Russian and Ukrainian versions below) With winter settling in in eastern Ukraine, Médecins Sans...
Research and Analysis
Humanitarian work in prisons: the experience of Médecins Sans Frontières
Article
An MSF psychologist helps a young Palestinian under house arrest
Article
An MSF psychologist describes how prison has damaged the mental health of a young Palestinian man
Gallery
Gallery: Treatment for Drug-Resistant TB in Kyrgyzstan
Article
Once considered a disease on the decline, the social and economic downfall that followed after the...
Press release
MSF report documents the impact of detention on the mental health and well being of migrants and...
Report
Plight of Hmong refugees held in detention camp in northern Thailand ignored amid ongoing...

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