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.


Syrian refugees’ endless journey

Voices from the Field 30 Sep 2015
Provide Safe Passage
Mediterranean migration

EU: your fences kill. Provide safe and legal passage

Open Letter 11 Sep 2015
Exodus - Mexico
Refugees, IDPs and people on the move

EXODUS: Three stories, three continents, but a shared motivation – to escape violence

Voices from the Field 2 Dec 2014
Syrian Exodus

Syrian Exodus: Born in exile

Project Update 20 Dec 2013
Syrian Exodus

Chapter One: “Fear is inside your body, like an illness”

Project Update 20 Dec 2013
Syrian Exodus

Syrian Exodus: Syrians torn between East and West

Project Update 27 Jul 2013
Syrian Exodus

Syrian Exodus: Carrying the weight of the war

Project Update 26 Jul 2013
Transit camp in Aleppo province

10,000 people at the gates of Turkey

Project Update 21 May 2013

MSF responds to mental health needs after quakes

Project Update 29 Nov 2011