Mosul : Qayyarah hospital
Accessing healthcare is a daily challenge for thousands of people in Iraq.

After years of armed conflict and instability, the health sector in Iraq is struggling to get back on its feet.

Many health facilities are destroyed and those still operating lack medical supplies and qualified health workers.

The humanitarian needs in Iraq remain extremely high. Many cities retaken from the Islamic State (IS) group are severely damaged or destroyed.

Thousands of people returning home confront a desperate lack of access to medical care and other services.

 
NFI distribution in Mosul's Old City
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After the battle: The unfolding of a disaster

11 Jul 2018
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Our key areas of activity

In 2018
Vaccination in Qayyarah camps
The need is enormous, the trauma experienced by the people here is hard to imagine. MSF nurse Vera Schmitz

Iraq: Life after the war

 
Iraq - Domiz Syrian refugee camp
Iraq

Seven months in an endless race to provide access to aid

Voices from the Field 25 Feb 2016
 
Calais' Jungle
France

Refugees face ‘slow death’ in Calais' Jungle

Voices from the Field 25 Feb 2016
 
On the Greek / Macedonian Border at Idomeni
Greece

Thousands stranded as new arbitrary border restrictions expose refugees to violence

Crisis Update 23 Feb 2016
 
Iraq

Crisis Update – October 2015

Crisis Update 11 Nov 2015
 
Kunduz Hospital Aftermath - 14 Oct 2015
Attacks on medical care

Kunduz, Afghanistan, 36°43’4.91’’N, 68°51’43.96’’

Opinion 10 Nov 2015
 
Iraq

Syrian refugees’ endless journey

Voices from the Field 30 Sep 2015
 
Jordan

MSF officially opens upgraded reconstructive surgery hospital for victims of war in Amman

Press Release 7 Sep 2015
 
Refugee children of Kos
Refugees, IDPs and people on the move

Refugees in Kos stuck in appalling conditions

Project Update 26 Aug 2015
 
Iraq

One year after fleeing violence, families in northern Iraq still live in uncertainty

Voices from the Field 3 Aug 2015
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13 June 2018