MSF receives treatment from a community health worker


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Fighting has displaced tens of thousands of people in Sudan, where we respond by providing medical care for malnutrition, diarrhoeal diseases and malaria.

At a project in Sortoni, we provide treatment via outpatient and inpatient consultations. The project also provides nutritional services and vaccinations. At Dar Zaghawa, four of our health centres offer medical care, with a particular focus on mothers and children.

We also treat visceral leishmaniasis (also known as kala azar) in Al-Gedaref State, eastern Sudan. This parasitic disease, which is transmitted by sandflies, has a 95 per cent mortality rate if it is not treated.

Our teams are currently responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in Sudan.

In 2018

MSF treats wounded after fighting in North Darfur

Project Update 26 Mar 2013
Project Update

After a decade of conflict, there are still medical needs

Voices from the Field 26 Mar 2013
Refugees in Upper Nile State South Sudan
South Sudan

We did not want to leave but we could not stay

Voices from the Field 7 Jan 2013

Somebody Help

Report 22 May 2012

100,000 people left without essential healthcare in Jebel Si, North Darfur

Press Release 22 May 2012
South Sudan

Window of opportunity closing fast to provide assistance to 80,000 Sudanese refugees from Blue Nile state

Press Release 14 Mar 2012