Rwanda

MSF closed its projects in Rwanda in 2007.

​At the end of 2007, MSF ended its activities in Rwanda after 16 years in the country.

​MSF's work had included assistance to displaced persons, war surgery, programs for unaccompanied children and street children, support to victims traumatised by the conflict, programs to improve access to health care, responding to epidemics such as malaria, cholera, and tuberculosis, and projects linked to maternal and reproductive health.

 
Rwanda

Rwanda, 20 years later: “I am left with a great sadness”

Voices from the Field 28 Apr 2014
 
Rwanda

Remembering the genocide more than 20 years on

Project Update 6 Apr 2018
 
Rwanda

Interview with the authors of "Humanitarian Aid, Genocide and Mass Killings"

Interview 1 Dec 2016
 
Book

Humanitarian aid, genocide and mass killings

23 Nov 2016
Book
 
Domiz refugee camp
Central African Republic

A Year in Focus 2013-2014

Project Update 30 Jun 2014
 
Journal article

Paediatric Pharmacovigilance: Use of Pharmacovigilance Data Mining Algorithms for Signal Detection in a Safety Dataset of a Paediatric Clinical Study Conducted in Seven African Countries

1 May 2014
Journal article
 
Rwanda

Rwanda, 20 years later: “I am left with a great sadness”

Voices from the Field 28 Apr 2014
 
Kigali, genocide Rwandan Tutsis, april 1994
Rwanda

Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide: “We don’t talk about things that are hard to recount”

Voices from the Field 25 Apr 2014
 
Speaking out

Genocide of Rwandan Tutsi 1994

Report 2 Apr 2014
 
Speaking out

The violence of the new Rwandan regime 1994 - 1995

Speaking out. 4 Mar 2014
 
Rwanda

The world needs to know what is going on - portrait of a Rwandan seeking refuge

Project Update 22 Jun 2006
 
Rwanda

'I try to stay unknown as much as I can' - Portrait of a Rwandan seeking refuge

Project Update 22 Jun 2006
 
Burundi

A day in a refugee camp clinic in Burundi

Project Update 22 Jun 2006