Titao, MSF works in 11 CRENA, all uses.

Burkina Faso

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The security situation in Burkina Faso has rapidly deteriorated since 2018, with jihadist groups attacking people and civilian property.

The conflict, which includes fighting between opposing armed groups, have caused nearly one million people to flee their homes for safety, ending up in internally displaced people's camps, often with little food or water.

MSF teams are also responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in the country, providing care to patients in isolation units and dedicated COVID-19 facilities.

 
Eastern Burkina Faso: Out of sight, people suffer from violence, diseases and lack of water
Burkina Faso

Out of sight, people suffer from rise in violence in eastern Burkina Faso

Op-Ed 5 Jun 2020
 
Consultation rooms in advanced health post
Burkina Faso

COVID-19 will worsen access to healthcare in Burkina Faso

Project Update 21 Apr 2020
 
MSF activities in Titao - February 2020
Burkina Faso

Four questions on the unprecedented humanitarian emergency in Burkina Faso

Interview 20 Mar 2020
 
A curious family in Barsalogho IDP camp
Burkina Faso

Security and living conditions have deteriorated at ‘blistering speed’ for over 750,000 people

Project Update 24 Feb 2020
 
Haibata and her granddaughter in Barsalogho IDP camp
Burkina Faso

Escalating violence leaves displaced with significant needs

Project Update 31 Jan 2019
 
MSF HIV Clinics in Kinshasa, DRC
HIV/AIDS

HIV response in West and Central Africa will not succeed if key barriers remain unaddressed

Press Release 3 Jul 2017