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.

 
Family in refugee camp near Polykastro
United States of America

Suspension of US refugee resettlement endangers people fleeing war zones

Statement 29 Jan 2017
 
"Because Tomorrow Needs Her" communications project - Unsafe abortion in Haiti
Women's health

The Mexico City Policy endangers women's lives

Statement 26 Jan 2017
 
Bangassou - multi antigen vaccination campaign.
Access to Healthcare

The reality of pneumonia

Voices from the Field 9 Nov 2016
 
Access to medicines

MSF welcomes GSK’s decision to lower the price of the pneumonia vaccine for some of the world’s most vulnerable children

Press Release 21 Sep 2016
 
Zambia, cholera vaccination in Lusaka
Global

G7 fail to address the biggest threats to global health

Press Release 27 May 2016
 
Dr Joanne Liu at UNSC meeting
Attacks on medical care

MSF President to UN Security Council: "Stop these attacks"

Statement 3 May 2016