We provide mental healthcare and carry out emergency interventions in Indonesia.

With Rohingya refugees living in four camps in Banda Aceh, we provide mental health care, including psychological sessions. We work from a base in the capital, Jakarta, and a mobile unit provides counselling in the areas needed.

Our teams also carry out emergency interventions, such as donating hygiene kits and providing psychological support, in the wake of disasters including flash floods and earthquakes.

 
Natural disasters

Asian tsunami: One year on, health watch remains a key MSF concern

Project Update 28 Dec 2005
 
Mental health

Mental health care grows in strength and experience caring for tsunami survivors

Project Update 28 Dec 2005
 
Indonesia

Tsunami one year review

Project Update 20 Dec 2005
 
Natural disasters

One year after the Indian Ocean tsunami disaster

Report 20 Dec 2005
 
Indonesia

Tsunami at six months - the trauma continues

Voices from the Field 24 Jun 2005
 
Indonesia

Broken forests and ghost-white remnants in Lamno

Project Update 24 Jun 2005