Doctors Without Borders

Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization that assists people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe. Its mission is to provide medical relief to the victims of war, disease, and natural or man-made disaster, without regard to race, religion, or political affiliation. The organization's work is based on the humanitarian principles of medical ethics and impartiality. MSF does not take sides in armed conflicts, provides assistance on the basis of need alone, and advocates for independent access to victims of conflict and other disasters.
Doctors Without Borders/Medecins San Frontieres (MSF) has worked in the camps at Dadaab for a total of 14 years. Since 2009, MSF has been the sole provider of medical services in Dagahaley camp.
Garissa Rd, Dadaab, Kenya
(.05014, 40.31250)
In the West African country of Burkina Faso, MSF is running nutrition programs in two northern provinces, where childhood malnutrition is especially pervasive.
N 2, Yako, Burkina Faso
(12.95439, -2.26232)
Inside Somalia, tens of thousands of people have fled to overcrowded camps in and around the beleaguered capital city of Mogadishu. MSF now has nutrition programs operating at more than a dozen sites
(1.77503, 45.49649)
Launched in 2009 in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, MSF teams-made up of eight international staff and 218 locally-hired staff-offer free pediatric care including treatment for malnutrition
RN10, Koutiala, Mali
(12.38367, -5.46255)
MSF is running nutritional programs and providing primary health care at five camps serving about 144,000 refugees.
44, Dolo, Ethiopia
(4.17501, 42.05753)
MSF nutrition project. At least one in five children dies before reaching the age of five in the southeastern region of Sikasso.
RN7, Sikasso, Mali
(11.31263, -5.66873)
MSF's program concentrates on reducing malnutrition among children in the Balbala, Ambouli, and Ahriba slums, where about 200,000 people, are living in precarious conditions.
N2, Djibouti
(11.52388, 43.15058)
Nutritional crises are common in Niger, occurring every few years due to poor harvests combined with the high cost of food. MSF has been combating malnutrition in Niger since 2001
N1, Guidan Roumdji, Niger
(13.65742, 6.69626)
Projects in Burkina Faso are developing a simplified and decentralized strategy to care for children with severe acute malnutrition.
R 22, Titao, Burkina Faso
(13.76650, -2.06645)
Site of a newly piloted MSF project aimed to implement early intervention activities to help children lead healthier lives.
Konseguela, Mali
(12.40509, -5.87938)
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