MSF continues to assist Somalis in the following projects around the world:
MSF recently opened a maternal and child health clinic in Ezbet El Haggana, an urban slum located in the East of Greater Cairo. The services offered include ante-natal and post-natal care as well as paediatric consultations for children under the age of five. Read more about MSF’s work in Egypt, Cairo
Ethiopia, Somali Region
In the Somali region of Ethiopia MSF is working in Dolo Ado , which is home to around 3,500 people, assisting Somali refugees.MSF teams provide free basic health care, nutritional screening and measles vaccination for children under 15 years old.
Read more about MSF’s work in the Somali region of Ethiopia
Kenya, Dadaab refugee camp
MSF responsible for all healthcare in one of the camps, Dagahaley. MSF runs a one hundred bed hospital and four health posts around the camp provide which offers all levels of secondary care, including surgery, vaccinations, antenatal care, preventative and curative care and mental health care. Read more about MSF’s work in Dadaab,Kenya
Malta, Hal Far – Valletta
MSF currently works in the open centres in Malta. MSF provides medical and psychological support to around 3,000 people live in the centre.
Read more about MSF in Malta
Yemen, Abyan and Shabwa governorates
In September 2007 MSF started working in the south of Yemen, providing medical and humanitarian assistance to refugees and migrants arriving from the Horn of Africa. Read more about MSF’s work Yemen