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Outdoors support clinics, Thaker. Leer, South Sudan

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In more than 75 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.

 
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.

22,500

outpatient consultations

7,460

individual mental health consultations

820

people treated for sexual violence

45

survivors of torture treated
 
Mesoamerican endemic Nephropathy (MeN) a humanitarian crisis in Guatemala
The Americas

Guatemala

MSF first worked in Guatemala in 1984 and closed our projects in 2012, before returning in 2020 to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

8,210

outpatient consultations

1,140

individual mental health consultations
 
Centre de Traitement des Épidémies de Nongo, à Conakry
Africa

Guinea

In Guinea, MSF teams provide support to people living with HIV and the health needs of children at a community level.

36,400

malaria cases treated

14,400

people on first-line ARV treatment in MSF-supported programmes

17,600

people treated for measles
 
Guinea-Bissau. MSF emergency paediatric project in the national hospital in Bissau
Africa

Guinea-Bissau

Guinea-Bissau is among the poorest and least developed countries in the world. Years of political instability and economic stagnation have had a serious impact on its crumbling health system.
 
Haiti earthquake - Jérémy
The Americas

Haiti

Political instability, an earthquake in August 2021, a fuel crisis and chronic violence have pushed the healthcare system in Haiti to its limits as needs are on the rise.

45,500

emergency room consultations

5,780

people treated for intentional physical violence

2,600

people treated for sexual violence
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