Our current COVID-19 activities include working with marginalised people – migrants and Italian nationals included – to strengthen health and hygiene surveillance in squats and informal settlements in Rome. We also undertake health promotion and infection prevention and control measures in migrant reception centres in Sicily.
Elsewhere, we monitor the condition of migrants in transit along Italy's borders with France, Switzerland, and Slovenia; working with local organisations, we provide medical care, food and other essential items.
I cannot accept that children or adults can die like this. I cannot accept it. Never.
G7 fail to address the biggest threats to global health
EU Migration Crisis Update - May 2016
MSF resumes Search and Rescue activities in the central Mediterranean
EU Migration Crisis Update - March 2016
EU Migration Crisis Update - February 2016
"My work is a real opportunity to help those in need, just like me."
European policies dramatically worsened the so-called 2015 “refugee crisis”
MSF ends activities in Pozzallo reception centre
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