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.

 
Africa

Djibouti

MSF began work in Djibouti in 2008 and closed our projects in 2012. We currently maintain an operational support base for our Yemen projects in Djibouti city.
 
The Americas

Ecuador

MSF first worked in Ecuador in 1996 and spent a month providing mental health support and distributing relief items after two earthquakes hit the country in 2016.
 
Middle East & North Africa

Egypt

Egypt is a key transit and destination country for African and Middle Eastern refugees and migrants, many of whom have been subjected to violence or persecution in their countries.
In 2019

16,400

Outpatient consultations

8,600

Individual mental health consultations
 
Africa

Eritrea

MSF opened its first mission in Eritrea in April 2000, in response to the growing risk of hunger and renewed conflict between Eritrea and its southern neighbor and former ally, Ethiopia.
 
TB support in Swaziland
Africa

Eswatini

Eswatini has one of the world’s highest rates of HIV, with nearly one in three adults living with the disease. However, around 80 per cent of people with TB in Eswatini are HIV positive.
In 2019

6,900

people on first-line ARV treatment

230

people on second-line ARV treatment

260

people started on treatment for TB, including 36 for DR-TB
 
Sidama mother and child project, Ethiopia
Africa

Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, we fill gaps in healthcare and respond to emergencies such as cholera and measles outbreaks. We also assist refugees, asylum seekers and people internally displaced by violence.
In 2019

355,100

outpatient consultations

15,100

people admitted to hospital

14,700

individual mental health consultations
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