Indonesia: MSF continues support to health centres in Pandeglang, runs additional mobile clinic in flooded villages
1-3 | To date, MSF is still providing medical support to the Labuan and Carita health centres in Pandeglang. There are now three MSF mobile clinics in operation, delivering health care to 17 kampongs/villages or health posts. As of 02 January 2019, MSF has conducted 472 medical consultations and treatments, with 316 female patients, 155 male patients and one unrecorded consultation. MSF has also provided pre- and post-natal care to 20 pregnant mothers and conducted medical follow-ups on 15 patients.
1-2 | ©Agnes Varraine-Leca/MSF In early 2018, fighting intensified along the frontline between the cities of Taïz and Hodeidah by Ansar Allah troops and forces supported by the Saudi and Emirati-led coalition.
Indonesia: MSF continues medical services for tsunami victims; goes to 15 remote villages without access to healthcare
12-31 | With MSF’s support, the Labuan and Carita health centres continue their medical services. The MSF medical team has been providing case management, infection prevention and hygiene management, inventory and other needs assessments in the health centres. This has been greatly valued support and important to the continuation of care for patients.
12-31 | As told to Cici Riesmasari, MSF Communications Officer “I was taking a bath when the tsunami hit. The weather was too humid for me,” Elis, a 30-year-old mother who is also 7 months pregnant, narrated. Elis and her family were at home when the tsunami hit the coast of Sunda Strait on that fateful day of 22 December 2018. Their home was located on the shorelines of Laba Kampong, Cigondang Village, Labuan Sub district.
12-30 | The MSF team is currently on day 7 of its provision of medical support to the health centres in Labuan and Carita — which are among the most affected areas by the tsunami that hit Sunda Strait in Indonesia — as well as its operation of a mobile clinic, and conduct of medical follow-ups among internally displaced peoples’ (IDPs) shelters and communities.