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.

 
Health promotion, community outreach
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.
 
Ethiopia: People in rural Tigray hit by impact of crisis and humanitarian neglect
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.

79,600

outpatient consultations

6,360

people admitted to hospital

5,210

individual mental health consultations

4,010

births assisted

38

children treated in inpatient feeding programmes
 
Asnières-sur-Seine Covid-19 center
Europe & Central Asia

France

In Paris, northern France and at the borders with Italy and Spain, migrants and refugees encounter policies and practices aimed at preventing them from settling or claiming their rights.

1,950

individual mental health consultations
 
Georgia: DR-TB patients find hope in new treatments
Europe & Central Asia

Georgia

MSF began working in Georgia in 1993 to deliver healthcare to people affected by internal displacement and conflict, before providing treatment to people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).
 
Psychosocial group session, Schweinfurt
Europe & Central Asia

Germany

MSF worked in Germany in 2017 to introduce a system of peer counselling for asylum seekers as part of a pilot project handed over to St Josef hospital in Schweinfurt, Bavaria.
 
MSF emergency clinic after Moria fire
Europe & Central Asia

Greece

Learn about MSF projects in Greece, where migrants and refugees who have arrived in search of safety or to reach other destinations in Europe, find themselves stranded indefinitely.

48,800

outpatient consultations

10,400

individual mental health consultations

460

people treated for sexual violence

100

victims of torture treated
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