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Our activities


MSF brings humanitarian medical assistance to victims of conflict, natural disasters, epidemics or healthcare exclusion.

We offer basic healthcare, perform surgery, fight epidemics, rehabilitate and run hospitals and clinics, carry out vaccination campaigns, operate nutrition centres, and provide mental healthcare.

Our activities include the treatment of injuries and disease, maternal care and the provision of humanitarian aid. Where necessary, we set up sanitation systems, supply safe drinking water, and distribute relief to assist survival.

In 2015, MSF had 450 projects in 69 countries in addition to search and rescue operations.

  • 8,132,100 outpatient consultations
  • 219,300 births assisted
  • 23,700 migrants and refugees rescued and assisted at sea
  • 2,299,200 patients treated for malaria
  • 230,400 HIV patients on ARV treatment
  • 60,500 patients admitted to malnutrition programmes


More information can be found in the MSF International Activity Report 2015.