Rohingya in Malaysia: Kairul Feature Story
Many refugee communities and survivors of trafficking are unable to access healthcare.

Our teams provide medical screenings and outpatient consultations in government shelters for victims of human trafficking. We have set up a primary healthcare clinic in a Penang neighbourhood where migrants from many countries have settled, and have developed a strong network with fishermen communities and local authorities in Langkawi, a known migrant disembarkation site.

MSF also provides medical and mental health services to refugees, particularly Rohingya people, who are effectively excluded from work, healthcare and other social services.

MSF teams are currently responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia.

In 2018
 
Drawing (4X3) Give Me Hope: Depicting Rohingya Crisis Animation
Malaysia

MSF ready to support the government of Malaysia with safe disembarkation of people in distress at sea

Open Letter 7 May 2020
 
Drawing (16X9) Give Me Hope: Depicting Rohingya Crisis Animation
Rohingya refugee crisis

Rohingya refugees left to starve at sea

Voices from the Field 22 Apr 2020
 
Rohingya in Malaysia: Context (Construction Site)
Rohingya refugee crisis

Healthcare for struggling refugee communities in Malaysia

Project Update 20 Sep 2019
 
The “big road” in Cox’s Bazar
Rohingya refugee crisis

ASEAN should show true leadership on Rohingya, Myanmar

Op-Ed 13 Sep 2019
 
Kutupalong megacamp
Rohingya refugee crisis

Two years on: No solutions in sight for the Rohingya

Project Update 20 Aug 2019
 
Rohingya in Bangladesh: Lives on Hold
Rohingya refugee crisis

A Rohingya story in Malaysia: “We are always under threat of being arrested”

Voices from the Field 24 Aug 2018