Cholera vaccination at Nyaragusu refugee camp in Tanzania

Tanzania

We provide assistance to refugees living in overcrowded camps in Tanzania.

Tanzania is hosting around 300,000 refugees, mainly from neighbouring Burundi. Due to ongoing unrest there, people continue to pour across the border.

This additional pressure on the already full and overstretched camps leaves the humanitarian organisations working there struggling to provide adequate shelter, water and sanitation.

Housing new arrivals in overcrowded and unhygienic communal shelters exacerbated the spread of diseases, particularly malaria, diarrhoea and respiratory tract infections.

To meet the increased demand for care, we provide services across the three camps – Nyarugusu, Nduta and Mtendeli, including restructuring existing facilities in Nyarugusu and Nduta to respond to the huge number of patients suffering from malaria.

Mental health in Nduta camp - Tanzania (ENG)
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Mental health in Nduta camp

Nduta camp hosts an estimated 101,000 Burundian refugees.

We are the main healthcare provider in the camp, and the only organisation offering a full range of medical services, including reproductive healthcare, treatment for malnutrition and care for victims of sexual violence.

In 2018
 
Tanzania: World Malaria Day - photo story
Tanzania

Departing Nyarugusu camp, MSF continues refugee response at nearby Nduta

Press Release 30 May 2017
 
Tanzania Refugee Crisis - November 2016
Tanzania

Humanitarian response in refugee camps still falling behind

Project Update 1 Mar 2017
 
Tanzania

Testimonies from refugees in Nduta and Nyarugusu camps

Voices from the Field 20 Feb 2017
 
Tanzania Refugee Crisis - November 2016
Photo Story

"Tanzania - Aid is needed before situation deteriorates"

18 Nov 2016
Photo Story
 
Tanzania Refugee Crisis - November 2016
Tanzania

Urgent increase in assistance needed as refugee camps now full

Project Update 16 Nov 2016
 
TANZANIA: ONE YEAR OF TURMOIL FOR BURUNDIAN REFUGEES
Tanzania

One year of turmoil for Burundian refugees

Project Update 1 Jun 2016