Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

Where we work

In more than 70 countries, Médecins Sans Frontières provides medical humanitarian assistance to save lives and ease the suffering of people in crisis situations. Find out more about our actions in every country below.

 
El Alto
The Americas

Bolivia

Bolivia is one of the countries with the lowest health indicators in Latin America. Despite increased investment in public health facilities in recent years, availability and quality of care remain poor.

2,370

Antenatal consultations

1,140

Consultations for contraceptive services

930

Births assisted

90

People treated for sexual violence
 
Refugees in Bosnia
Europe & Central Asia

Bosnia and Herzegovina

After a decade working with populations affected by the Balkan wars, we ended our work in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2001. In 2018, we returned to assist migrants and refugees escaping war and persecution in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

3,460

outpatient consultations

180

people treated for intentional physical violence

140

individual mental health consultations
 
Health promotion and in-house check ups in Bahia, Brazil
The Americas

Brazil

Learn about MSF's activities in northern Brazil, where we are working to improve medical care for Venezuelan migrants and asylum seekers and the local population.

6,490

outpatient consultations for COVID-19

1,080

patients admitted for COVID-19
 
Syrian Refugees Harmanli Bulgaria
Europe & Central Asia

Bulgaria

MSF first worked in Bulgaria in 1981 and closed its projects in 2015.
 
Kongoussi - Burkina Faso
Africa

Burkina Faso

Having first worked there in 1995, MSF closed its projects in Burkina Faso in 2015. We returned in October 2017 to support the Ministry of Health during a dengue epidemic.

589,400

outpatient consultations

226,700

malaria cases treated

149,900

vaccinations against measles in response to an outbreak

44,200

antenatal consultations
 
Indoor residual spraying in Burundi - 2020
Africa

Burundi

In 2021, MSF continues to provide high-quality care, free of charge, to victims of trauma in Burundi’s capital, Bujumbura.

14,800

emergency room admissions

1,530

malaria cases treated
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