Care for sexual violence survivors in Honduras
This service aims to provide sexual violence survivors with the medical and psychological care they need in one location, in the course of one visit, for free, and with confidentiality guaranteed. Between January 2013 and June 2014, MSF provided treatment for 1,008 survivors of sexual violence and 1,230 mental health consultations.
A new displacement crisis in Iraq
The recent conflict in the north of Iraq has led to the displacement of over 250,000 people. MSF runs mobile clinics in the region to provide primary healthcare services, mainly for communicable diseases in children and for chronic diseases in adults.
Treating malnutrition in South Sudan
In July 2014, alarming malnutrition rates are recorded in Leer, as the conflict forced people into the bush without anything to eat other than wild roots or whatever else could be gathered from the land. MSF admitted over 1,800 children into the ambulatory therapeutic feeding centre.
Supporting the health system in Ukraine
MSF provided medical materials for treating more than 6,200 war-wounded to hospitals in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions since mid-May 2014.