Continuously present in South Central Somalia since 1991, MSF remains the main provider of free medical services and has long-running projects in Banadir, Bay, Galgaduud, Hiraan, Lower Juba, Middle Shabelle, Lower Shabelle and Mudug regions.
In 2010 MSF started working in the Maroodi Jeex Region of Somaliland. MSF teams are also setting up another project in Sanaag Region, Somaliland. In Ethiopia’s Somali region, MSF assists refugees from Somalia as well as ethnic Somalis living in Ethiopia. MSF also works in Djibouti, Egypt, Kenya, Malta, and until recently, Yemen providing medical care to Somali refugees and asylum seekers.
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As an independent medical humanitarian organisation MSF works in 65 countries all over the world. We provide medical emergency help to millions of people who are victims of war, disasters, epidemics and other crises. See news from general MSF projects