Ukrainian refugee in Palanca
MSF began providing treatment for HIV in Moldova’s breakaway region, Transnistria, in 2007.

We opened an HIV clinic in Tiraspol, conducted training for the local health professionals, provided antiretroviral medicines and lab materials, and rehabilitated and equipped the health facilities. Our programme also included providing care in three prisons in the region. In 2009, with increasing availability of antiretroviral drugs, we left Moldova.

Following the start of the war in Ukraine in 2022, as refugees fled into Moldova, MSF returned to the country to provide basic medical and mental health care at border crossings. 

 
Moldova

MSF hands over prison HIV treatment programme in Transnistria, Moldova

Project Update 11 May 2009
 
Moldova

MSF successfully hands over HIV/AIDS project in Transnistria

Press Release 25 Feb 2009
 
Moldova

TB care in Moldova

Project Update 24 Mar 2008
 
Moldova

MSF opens first HIV/AIDS clinic in breakaway region of Transnistria

Press Release 9 Aug 2007
 
Moldova

Treating HIV/AIDS in Moldova's breakaway region of Transnistria

Project Update 4 May 2007