Indonesia: MSF supports health centres tending to Sunda Strait tsunami victims

MSF teams responded to the influx of patients as injured people were brought to the health centres in Pandeglang district on the morning of 23 December.

Our teams were already working in this region before it was severely hit by a tsunami following the eruption of Anak Karakatoa volcano on the late evening of 22 December 2018.


Indonesia: Getting healthcare and safe water to remote areas in Central Sulawesi

An MSF team from Indonesia – composed of medical, logistics, and water and sanitation specialists – has assessed the situation and the medical and humanitarian needs in areas of Central Sulawesi affected by the earthquake and tsunami that hit the island on 28 September and is helping local health centres and communities get back on their feet.

Indonesia: MSF assessing needs following tsumani

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has deployed a local team to Central Sulawesi, Indonesia to conduct an assessment of medical and humanitarian needs in coordination with the national response mechanism.

The team is composed of medical, logistics, and water and sanitation specialists. MSF will continue to provide updates on further developments.