Violence in Buenaventura
Despite the peace process, a resurgence in violence has led to people in Colombia becoming displaced or traumatised.

MSF teams provide mental healthcare to people who are displaced by the armed clashes, and those traumatised by the ongoing violence by the armed groups that have arisen in the post-conflict situation.

Teams also provide comprehensive care for victims of sexual violence, as well as safe abortion care to women who request it.

We also provide assistance to refugees and migrants from Venezuela, and in 2020, we responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In 2019
Violence in Nariño, Colombia
Folk are reluctant to talk openly about the conflict. What seems clear is that people are scared to move around. Steve Hide, MSF head of mission, Colombia
Colombia

Getting closer to Colombia’s conflict

 
Violence in Nariño, Colombia
Colombia

Getting closer to Colombia’s conflict

Voices from the Field 4 Dec 2020
 
MSF in Nariño
Colombia

MSF responds to a resurgence of violence in Norte de Santander and Nariño

Project Update 28 Oct 2020
 
MSF in Nariño
Social violence and exclusion

Violence in southwestern Colombia leaves people struggling to access assistance

Statement 3 Mar 2020
 
Venezuelan migrants in Arauca
Colombia

Venezuelan migrants at a crossroads on the Colombian border

Project Update 6 Feb 2020
 
Venezuelan migrants in Colombia: an unattended crisis
Colombia

Venezuelans in Colombia: an unattended crisis

Press Release 18 Dec 2019
 
Safe Abortion Colombia illustration
Colombia

Women and girls prevented from having a safe abortion

Press Release 25 Sep 2019