MSF providing health care to Syrian refugees in Turkey
Turkey hosts the largest refugee population in the world – over three million – of whom 2.8 million are Syrian.

Around 90 per cent of Syrian refugees in Turkey live in precarious conditions outside camp settings with insufficient access to basic public services.

We provide financial and technical support to local NGOs working on the Syrian-Turkish border. Teams in Turkey also give remote support to medical staff in Syria.

 
Idomeni after the closing of the border
Mediterranean migration

Why the EU’s deal with Turkey is no solution to the “crisis” affecting Europe

Project Update 18 Mar 2016
 
Assistance for refugees in Serbia
Mediterranean migration

EU Migration Crisis Update - February 2016

Project Update 24 Feb 2016
 
MSF-supported hospital in northern Syria destroyed in attack
Syria

Our bombs are smarter than yours

Opinion 22 Feb 2016
 
Ahmed, Pharmacy Manager
Syria

“Our own staff have had to gather their families and flee”

Voices from the Field 11 Feb 2016
 
Syria

Health system close to collapse in war-torn Azaz district

Press Release 10 Feb 2016
 
Portrait of a Man from Pakistan
Italy

"My work is a real opportunity to help those in need, just like me."

Voices from the Field 28 Jan 2016
 
Assistance at sea to refugee boats in distress
Mediterranean migration

MSF and Greenpeace launch life-saving operations in the Aegean Sea

Press Release 3 Dec 2015
 
Family At The Sid-Tovarnik Border, Serbia
Mediterranean migration

Testimonies from Syrian refugees at the border between Croatia and Serbia

Voices from the Field 16 Oct 2015
 
Refugees In Bapska, Serbia
Mediterranean migration

“The determination of the refugees to reach their destination is shocking.”

Voices from the Field 15 Oct 2015