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.

 
Hepatitis C active case finding
Asia & Pacific

Cambodia

Our projects in Cambodia are currently focused on tackling hepatitis C and malaria.

2,640

people started on hepatitis C treatment
 
Mora, Far-North Cameroon
Africa

Cameroon

Since 2011, violent attacks by armed opposition groups and the counterinsurgency operations of the Nigerian army have forced hundreds of thousands of people from northeast Nigeria to seek refuge in Cameroon, Chad and Niger.

137,200

malaria cases treated

39,200

people vaccinated against cholera in response to an outbreak

6,930

surgical interventions

3,150

people treated for intentional physical violence
 
Africa

Cape Verde

MSF worked in Cape Verde following a dengue fever outbreak in 2009.
 
MSF support to the populations of Bangassou and Ndu
Africa

Central African Republic

Learn about our medical humanitarian work in the Central African Republic, where years of intense violence have resulted in thousands being killed or wounded and millions being displaced, severely restricting access to medical care, food, water and shelter.

766,900

outpatient consultations

534,500

malaria cases treated

129,300

vaccinations against measles in response to an outbreak

77,900

patients admitted to hospital

19,500

birth assisted

8,710

surgical interventions

5,820

people on first-line ARV treatment

3,470

people treated for sexual violence
 
Chad Measles Epidemic in the Shadow of COVID-19
Africa

Chad

Since 2015, thousands of people in the Lake Chad region have been forced to flee their homes as a result of violent clashes between armed groups and Chadian military forces.

165,700

outpatient consultations

91,800

malaria cases treated

60,700

vaccinations against measles in response to an outbreak

20,200

children treated for severe acute malnutrition in outpatient feeding programmes
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