Between 2015 and 2018, we ran mobile clinics in the areas around Baga Sola, Bol, Liwa and Kiskawa to provide basic healthcare and mental health support to displaced people and the local population. Most of the medical conditions we treated were linked to the precarious living conditions and poor sanitation.
We also supported the health centre in Tchoukoutalia and offer mental healthcare to Nigerian refugees in Dar es Salaam camp.
We are still present in southern Chad, and have an emergency response unit (CERU) capable of delivering medical care in under 72 hours.
In 2020, MSF teams responded to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Chad.
Voices from the field
I looked after her for seven days at home but after that knew I had to get her to a clinic.Zara Abba visited MSF intensive care unit in Bokoro with her granddaughter.