Advanced HIV management in Homa Bay


We offer care to refugees and slum dwellers in Kenya and respond to public health challenges such as HIV and access to hospital services.

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.

In 2019
Kenya - Dadaab refugee camp

Somali refugees must not be forcibly returned, says MSF

Press Release 16 Apr 2015

“A sadness has descended” in Garissa

Voices from the Field 4 Apr 2015

MSF medical team helps treat more than 70 wounded in Garissa University attack

Press Release 3 Apr 2015
Psychosocial care for survivors of sexual violence
Sexual violence

International Women's Day: Surviving sexual violence during adolescence

Project Update 5 Mar 2015

International Women's Day: Medical and psychosocial support for teenagers with HIV

Project Update 4 Mar 2015

International Women's Day: “If he asks me to get pregnant again, I will advise him to wait until our baby is two or three years old.”

Voices from the Field 3 Mar 2015

Contact us

Mrima maternity in Likoni, Mombasa
MSF East Africa

3rd Floor, Pitman House
Jakaya Kikwete Road