Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is no longer working in Somalia. In August 2013, MSF was forced to announce the closure of all of its programs in the country. Extreme attacks on MSF staff and an inability to work in an environment where these attacks were often supported and condoned by civilian leaders and armed authorities led to this decision. Read MSF’s press release here.
MSF continues to assist Somalis in other countries around the world.
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