Florida_COVID-19 Response for Migrant Farmworkers

United States of America

MSF closed the last of our COVID-19 projects in the US in mid-October 2020.

MSF provides assistance in the United States during times of national emergency, such as during Hurricane Sandy, or the COVID-19 pandemic.

MSF provided emergency medical and mental healthcare in New York and New Jersey following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Our teams responded to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in several states across the US. MSF worked with vulnerable groups in New York and on Puerto Rico; in nursing homes in Michigan and Texas; with migrant farmworkers in Florida; and with Native American communities in Arizona and New Mexico.

 
Body Mapping as a mental health response to sexual violence
Safe abortion care

MSF welcomes reversal of the Global Gag Rule on safe abortion

Statement 29 Jan 2021
 
MSF Supported COVID19 Treatment Center at Al Kuwait Hospital in Sanaa
Yemen

Yemen: “These sanctions have to make clear that they do not apply to humanitarian aid”

Interview 18 Jan 2021
 
Beneficiary of safe abortion care
Women's health

Proposed changes to US Global Gag Rule threaten wider harm to women

Interview 28 Sep 2020
 
USA Covid-19 Response_Michigan_IPC Training
United States of America

MSF helping to curb COVID-19 in nursing homes in US

Project Update 23 Jun 2020
 
Increasing activities in Matamoros-covid19
United States of America

MSF demands US ends deportations to stop COVID-19 spread to fragile health systems

Press Release 4 May 2020
 
New York City COVID-19 Response
Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

Vulnerable communities in the US in urgent need of protection from COVID-19

Project Update 24 Apr 2020