Unaccompanied minors are among the most vulnerable, finding themselves confronted by a lack of information, and a maze of administrative bureaucracy. We work in a day centre for unaccompanied minors in Pantin, in the suburbs of Paris, offering respite, medical care and administrative support.
Our teams also run mobile clinics for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in Paris and monitor the situation throughout the country.
MSF teams are currently responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, providing medical and mental healthcare in nursing homes in the Île-de-France, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur and Occitanie regions; we are also screening homeless people in Paris for COVID-19.
Authorities failing to ensure care and protection for unaccompanied minors from Calais ‘Jungle’
Dismantlement of the Calais ‘Jungle'
MSF denounces decision condemning Dunkirk refugee camp to probable closure
Migrants fears pile up as pressure on Jungle camp builds
With the Calais ‘Jungle’ about to be dismantled, what will become of unaccompanied minors?
Grande-Synthe: Humanitarian camps are supposed to offer refugees shelter, not turn them away
No respite from violence for refugees in Calais
EU Migration Crisis Update - June 2016
G7 fail to address the biggest threats to global health
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