Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

Where we work

 
Africa

Uganda

Hundreds of thousands of refugees have fled to northern Uganda following violence in South Sudan. Uganda is currently the largest refugee hosting country in Africa.

520M

litres of water distributed

304,600

outpatient consultations

8,900

individual mental health consultations
 
Psychological Effects of the Ukrainian War
Europe & Central Asia

Ukraine

As the conflict in eastern Ukraine continued into its second year, attempts to find a political solution made little progress, and those living along the frontline bore the brunt of the violence.

26,800

outpatient consultations

2,400

individual mental health consultations

120

patients started on treatment for hepatitis C
 
Doctors Without Borders Teams Filling Gaps in Medical Aid for People Affected by Hurricane Sandy
The Americas

United States of America

MSF provided emergency medical and mental healthcare following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
 
TB PRACTECAL: launch event
Europe & Central Asia

Uzbekistan

In Nukus, Karakalpakstan, in the west of Uzbekistan, we treat patients for tuberculosis (TB) under the TB PRACTECAL clinical trial.

7,300

individual mental health

2,500

patients started on treatment for TB

760

patients started on treatment for MDR-TB
 
Mental Health in Venezuela
The Americas

Venezuela

In Venezuela, we provide mental healthcare to victims of urban violence in the capital Caracas.

3,300

individual mental health consultations

560

group mental health sessions
 
Asia & Pacific

Vietnam

MSF worked in Vietnam following the SARS epidemic in 2003.
 
Yemeni chronicles
Middle East & North Africa

Yemen

Indiscriminate bombings and chronic shortages of supplies and staff have led to the closure of more than half of Yemen's health facilities.

101,500

patients treated for cholera

21,800

antenatal consultations

19,700

major surgical interventions
 
Zambia, cholera vaccination in Lusaka
Africa

Zambia

Having first worked in Zambia in 1999, MSF handed over its medical activities to the Zambian Ministry of Health in 2013. We returned in 2016 to support the Ministry of Health in response to a cholera epidemic.
 
Sexual & reproductive healthcare for adolescents in Harare (Zimbabwe)
Africa

Zimbabwe

The economic situation continues to decline with very little funds available for public expenditure and social services. As a result, the health sector faces numerous challenges, including shortages of medical supplies and essential medicines.

58,600

patients provided with first-line ARV treatment

1,700

patients started on treatment for TB

1,400

patients treated after incidents of sexual violence
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