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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.

 
Emergency intervention for storm Amanda in San Salvador
The Americas

El Salvador

MSF has worked in El Salvador to provide healthcare to communities affected by growing violence and insecurity and to respond to outbreaks such as COVID-19.
 
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.
 
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.

1,230

outpatient consultations

510

people receiving HIV antiretroviral treatment

400

consultations for contraceptive services
 
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.

413,100

outpatient consultations

64,300

malaria cases treated

11,300

births assisted

2,990

children admitted to inpatient feeding programmes
 
Unaccompanied minors in Marseille
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.

7,140

outpatient consultations

1,340

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).
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