Metuge, Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique


MSF teams in Mozambique work in Maputo and Beira, providing care to patients with advanced HIV. We also work in conflict-ridden Cabo Delgado province.

In Maputo and Beira, we run targeted HIV activities to support vulnerable or stigmatised groups, including a drop-in centre in Maputo for people who use drugs, and sexual and reproductive health services, including HIV testing and treatment, for sex workers and men who have sex with men.

A slow burning conflict in Cabo Delgado province, in the country’s northeast, escalated in 2020, with people attacked and left homeless or displaced. We provide medical care, water and sanitation support, and relief items such as hygiene and cooking items to those in displaced people’s camps.

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

In 2019

Help wanted: confronting the healthcare worker crisis to expand access to HIV/AIDS treatment

Report 18 May 2007

A month after the initial floods, thousands of Mozambicans in remote areas still do not get any assistance

Press Release 8 Mar 2007

Flood waters in Mozambique displace 120,000 people

Project Update 22 Feb 2007
Photo Story

This HIV-positive girl is lucky. 99% of Mozambican children get no treatment

30 Nov 2005
Photo Story

Addressing the growing AIDS crisis

Project Update 18 Aug 2004

Weapons of mass vaccination

Project Update 27 Feb 2004