El Salvador

MSF returned to El Salvador in 2018, to provide healthcare to communities affected by violence.

Conflict between gangs and security forces, is having an impact on the general population’s health and access to healthcare. The MSF team in El Salvador is comprised of 54 people of different profiles, including general practitioners, nurses, social and clinical psychologists, social workers, logisticians, managers and support staff. They are currently working in communities and settlements of San Salvador and the northern area of Soyapango. 

 
MSF activities in El Salvador
El Salvador

MSF facilitates access to healthcare in communities of San Salvador and Soyapango

Project Update 3 Jul 2018
 
Migrants and Refugees in Mexico shelters
Mexico

An unsafe country for thousands of refugees fleeing violence in Central America

Press Release 20 Jun 2018
 
Mexico Migrants Report 2017
Mexico

No way to safety for people fleeing extreme violence in Central America’s Northern Triangle

Report 12 May 2017
 
International Migrants Day
Mexico

The dangers of crossing Mexico

Voices from the Field 19 Dec 2016
 
Mexico

Central American insomnia

Project Update 4 Aug 2014
 
El Salvador

MSF helps Hurricane Ida survivors in El Salvador

Project Update 16 Nov 2009