Tuberculosis: Drug-resistant TB trial ends enrolment early after positive initial data
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Tuberculosis: Drug-resistant TB trial ends enrolment early after positive initial data

A trial aiming to find a better treatment for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis has stopped enrolling patients early after its independent data safety and monitoring board indicated that the regimen being studied is superior to current care, and more patient data was extremely unlikely to change the trial’s outcome.

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COVID-19: One year of a pandemic
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine Course: Call for applications

We are inviting applications for the 2021-22 cohort of the Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine course. This course is run by MSF to provide affordable, global access to high-quality education in tropical medicine.

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Delhi: MSF supports survivors of sexual violence in the aftermath of coronavirus lockdown
Jharkhand: fighting malnutrition alongside local communities

MSF Community Health Educator Subashini Deb Mahto shares her first-hand experience of malnutrition.

Delhi: MSF supports survivors of sexual violence in the aftermath of coronavirus lockdown

In March 2020, to curb the spread of COVID-19, India joined several other countries around the world in imposing strict lockdown measures and redirecting health resources to meet the needs arising from the pandemic. Globally, such measures resulted in limited access to sexual and reproductive health care including safe abortion, contraception, and treatment for sexual violence.

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We provide medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. Our teams are made up of tens of thousands of health professionals, logistics and administrative staff – most of them hired locally. Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality.

Founded in 1971

Awarded Nobel Peace Prize in 1999

Working in India since 1993

Currently running seven projects in India

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Projects in India

Maharashtra

Mumbai: Responding to COVID-19 in slums of M-East ward

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Bihar

Responding to COVID-19 pandemic in Bihar

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India

Mental health helpline for people affected by COVID-19 pandemic

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Manipur

Delivering specialist care for HIV, TB, and Hepatitis in Manipur

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Maharashtra

Providing medical care for drug-resistant tuberculosis in Mumbai

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Jharkhand

Providing medical care for severe acute malnutrition in Jharkhand

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Jammu and Kashmir

Meeting mental health needs in Jammu and Kashmir

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Bihar

Acting against kala azar-HIV co-infection and advanced HIV in Bihar

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Delhi

Treating survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in Delhi

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Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh & Telangana

Essential healthcare in remote areas of Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana

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Access Campaign

Medicines shouldn’t be a luxury

MSF launched Access Campaign with a purpose to push for access to, and the development of life-saving and life prolonging medicines, diagnostic tests and vaccines for patients in MSF programmes and beyond.

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