Following escalating violence in Rakhine state, MSF has temporarily suspended activities and reduced staff in Rakhine state. Suspension of activities means the disruption of life-saving primary health-care, including the provision of urgent anti-retroviral treatment to HIV positive patients.   MSF is concerned about the safety of all its patients and staff, and hopes to resume medical activities as soon as possible in order to avoid unnecessary lives being lost.

MSF has worked in Rakhine state since 1992, its medical activities focus on primary healthcare, with a specific emphasis on reproductive health, malaria, HIV and TB. In 2011, MSF conducted more than 487,000 consultations. Of these, nearly 75,000 were for malaria treatment, and nearly 24,000 were related to maternal health. MSF also provided life-saving ART treatment to over 600 patients.
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