India Activity Highlights 2017
Patients treated for kala azar-HIV co-infection
Patients medically treated for sexual violence
Severely malnourished children treated
Mobile clinics conducted
Hepatitis C patients (mono and co-infected) treated
Tuberculosis (drug-sensitive and drug-resistant) patients treated
Counselling sessions for survivors of sexual violence and people traumatised by conflict
Cases of malaria treated
MSF in India
Disclaimer: This map represents MSF’s projects in India from January-December 2017. Place names and boundaries do not reflect any position by MSF on their legal status.
Voices from the field
Our clinics are most often under a tree. We create a place for registration, nurses, doctors, laboratory technicians and drug dispensers. We don’t have any table or chair, we sit on the floor on a tarp sheet. Or we take a charpai from a house nearby and start the clinic.
– DR MANOJ SARMA