Refugees in Bosnia

Refugees, IDPs and people on the move

Nearly 90 million people worldwide were forcibly displaced at the end of 2021, and over 100 million people are estimated to be displaced in 2022, according to UNHCR.

The number of people who have been forcibly displaced is now more than double the number 10 years ago, and the most since World War II. There are many reasons for flight, including war, persecution, conflict, natural disaster, destitution and repression.

With health and well-being jeopardized, the lives of the most vulnerable can be at risk. The majority are internally displaced people (IDPs), meaning they haven't crossed a border and have stayed within their country.

MSF teams work alongside people on the move at their points of arrival or during the treacherous journeys they undertake, inside and outside their countries.

 
An aerial view of Dagahaley camp
Kenya

In search of dignity: Refugees in Kenya face a reckoning

Report 6 Dec 2021
 
Story of a Syrian family on board
Mediterranean migration

The father who faced the sea so his sons might go to school

Voices from the Field 26 Nov 2021
 
Turquesa River
Panama

Violence and danger for people crossing Panama’s Darien jungle

Interview 19 Nov 2021
 
Rescue 3 - Rotation 5
Mediterranean migration

Ten more lives lost on the world’s deadliest migration route

Press Release 17 Nov 2021
 
Libya: Crisis Within a Crisis - Muawia Testimony
Libya

Thousands beaten up, detained following days of mass arrests in Tripoli

Press Release 6 Oct 2021
 
Community approach in Angumu, DR Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo

Healthcare for the community by the community

Project Update 3 Oct 2021
 
Detention Centres - Tripoli, Libya
Libya

Medical care resumes in Tripoli detention centres

Project Update 29 Sep 2021
 
Northern Syria: Acute water crisis poses serious health risks
Syria

Northern Syria: Acute water crisis poses serious health risks

Project Update 29 Sep 2021
 
Samos new centre
Greece

“We can only help our patients to survive” new camp on Samos

Opinion 17 Sep 2021
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