Pakistan: Meeting regular health needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic
Access to healthcare remains a challenge in Pakistan, especially for people in isolated rural communities, urban slums and areas affected by conflict.

Healthcare for women and children is a serious concern in Pakistan. Women in rural areas die from preventable complications during pregnancy and delivery, and neonatal care is unavailable in many areas. According to the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey, one in every 11 children dies before the age of five.

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

Why are we here?

In 2019
 
MSF Clinic Hepatitis C Unit - Noor Alam #3
Pakistan

Stories from patients cured of hepatitis C at MSF’s Machar Clinic in Karachi

Voices from the Field 9 Mar 2016
 
MSF Clinic Hepatitis C Unit
Pakistan

When they are diagnosed with hepatitis C, patients think they will die

Voices from the Field 9 Mar 2016
 
Amy Le Compte, midwife in Peshawar
Pakistan

Delivering healthcare to women and children in the communities

Voices from the Field 25 Nov 2015
 
District Headquarter Hospital
Pakistan

Earthquake response – after initial influxes of injured, MSF assessing further needs

Crisis Update 28 Oct 2015
 
Journal article

Counterterrorism policies and practices: health and values at stake

12 Oct 2015
Journal article
 
Refugee children of Kos
Refugees, IDPs and people on the move

Refugees in Kos stuck in appalling conditions

Project Update 26 Aug 2015
 
Pakistan Behind The Headlines
Photo Story

Gallery: Behind the Headlines

10 Jun 2015
Photo Story
 
MSF in Bajaur
Pakistan

Eyes without a face

Voices from the Field 2 Apr 2015
 
Peshawar, gynecology and obstetrics hospital
Pakistan

Six months at Peshawar’s neonatal unit

Voices from the Field 9 Feb 2015