Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

Where we work

 
Malaria and Paediatrics care in Aweil
Africa

South Sudan

In South Sudan, MSF delivers one of its largest assistance programmes worldwide. Our teams provide primary and secondary healthcare and run outreach activities for displaced people and remote communities. This includes response to emergencies and outbreaks and preventive activities such as vaccination campaigns.

1,157,900

outpatient consultations

276,400

people treated for malaria

56,200

people admitted to hospital
 
Asia & Pacific

Sri Lanka

MSF first worked in Sri Lanka in 1986 and closed its projects in 2012.
 
MSF receives treatment from a community health worker
Africa

Sudan

Fighting has displaced tens of thousands of people in Sudan, where we respond by providing medical care for malnutrition, diarrhoeal diseases and malaria.

467,400

outpatient consultations

2,970

births assisted

750

people treated for kala azar
 
Lundsbrunn asylum centre in Götene
Europe & Central Asia

Sweden

In 2017, MSF provided humanitarian support to asylum seekers in Sweden’s Västra Götaland county.

650

individual mental health consultations
 
Snapshots from Northern Syria
Middle East & North Africa

Syria

Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed in this devastating war. Almost 12 million people have been uprooted and humanitarian assistance has been consistently obstructed or denied.

569,300

outpatient consultations

22,500

routine vaccinations

17,800

births assisted
 
First patients on new TB treatment in Dushanbe.
Europe & Central Asia

Tajikistan

We are working with the Tajikistan Ministry of Health to diagnose and treat children, and their family members who are diagnosed with drug-sensitive and drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB).

220

people started on treatment for TB

110

people started on treatment for MDR-TB

190

people treated for HIV
 
Cholera vaccination at Nyaragusu refugee camp in Tanzania
Africa

Tanzania

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

332,600

outpatient consultations

67,500

people treated for malaria

12,700

individual mental health consultations
 
Asia & Pacific

Thailand

We work to provide mental health support to vulnerable communities in southern Thailand.

31

NO. STAFF IN 2018

1976

YEAR MSF FIRST WORKED IN THE COUNTRY
 
Asia & Pacific

Timor-Leste

MSF began working in what is now Timor-Leste in 1999 and closed its projects in 2002.
 
MSF Dr Ikram Gargouri with Banessi Abdessalem,35 years old, from Egypt
Middle East & North Africa

Tunisia

Having provided medical and humanitarian assistance to thousands of migrants stranded close to the Libyan border or rescued from the Mediterranean Sea since 2012, we handed over our projects in Tunisia to other organisations in October 2017.

36

NO. STAFF IN 2017

2011

YEAR MSF FIRST WORKED IN THE COUNTRY
 
MSF providing health care to Syrian refugees in Turkey
Europe & Central Asia

Turkey

Turkey hosts the largest refugee population in the world – over three million – of whom 2.8 million are Syrian.

114

NO. STAFF IN 2018

1999

Year MSF first worked in the country
 
Europe & Central Asia

Turkmenistan

MSF closed its projects in Turkmenistan in 2009.
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