In our 100-bed hospital in Dagahaley, part of the Dadaab refugee camp, our teams conduct outpatient consultations, and admitted patients to the hospital, including children with severe malnutrition.
We have also launched a sexual and reproductive health project in Mrima health facility, in Mombasa. In partnership with the Mombasa County Department of Health, we aim to reduce maternal and newborn mortality in the area.
MSF teams are currently responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya.
COVID19 and lack of protective equipment threaten lifesaving care in Kenya.
“Diseases will not wait” for COVID-19 in Kenya
AIDS death toll stagnating due to lack of testing at community level
MSF report "No time to lose" examines the fight against AIDS in 15 countries
Shut out and forgotten, refugees in Dadaab appeal for dignity
#Kenya: @MSF managed the triage of rescued survivors of the #RiversideAttack in a medical tent last night to quickl… https://t.co/d8prUDerS9
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