Europe & Central Asia

IDP camp in Herat
Europe & Central Asia


Decades of conflict have ruined Afghanistan’s economy and infrastructure and many people rely on humanitarian aid.
Europe & Central Asia


MSF first worked in Albania in 1998 and closed its projects in 2000.
MSF treats DR-TB cases
Europe & Central Asia


In Armenia, MSF first worked in the country in 1988 to respond to medical needs following the Spitak earthquake, before treating people with drug-resistant tuberculosis with new, effective drugs. We closed our last projects in 2019.
Europe & Central Asia


After working in Azerbaijan for more than ten years, MSF closed its last projects in 2003.
DMITRY Story: “I have nowhere to go.”
Europe & Central Asia


We are working with the Ministry of Health in Belarus to improve adherence to treatment for patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).
HUB Brussels
Europe & Central Asia


In Belgium, MSF teams work with migrants and refugees, and are working in nursing homes and with homeless people in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Balkan migration route through Bosnia
Europe & Central Asia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

After a decade working with populations affected by the Balkan wars, we ended our work in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2001. In 2018, we returned to assist migrants and refugees escaping war and persecution in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.


outpatient consultations


individual mental health consultations
Syrian Refugees Harmanli Bulgaria
Europe & Central Asia


MSF first worked in Bulgaria in 1981 and closed its projects in 2015.
Europe & Central Asia


MSF closed its projects in Croatia in 1998.
Mobile activities at La Chapelle
Europe & Central Asia


In Paris, northern France and at the borders with Italy and Spain, migrants and refugees encounter policies and practices aimed at preventing them from settling or claiming their rights.
Georgia: DR-TB patients find hope in new treatments
Europe & Central Asia


MSF began working in Georgia in 1993 to deliver healthcare to people affected by internal displacement and conflict, before providing treatment to people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).
Psychosocial group session, Schweinfurt
Europe & Central Asia


MSF worked in Germany in 2017 to introduce a system of peer counselling for asylum seekers as part of a pilot project handed over to St Josef hospital in Schweinfurt, Bavaria.