2017 in figures

Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural and man-made disasters and exclusion from healthcare in more than 70 countries. MSF offers assistance to people based on need and irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

MSF has worked in India since 1999. Our teams currently provide free medical care in 10 states. We also advocate for the development of more effective and affordable medicines to improve access to treatment globally.

MSF was awarded the 1996 Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development and the 1999 Nobel Peace Prize.

ANDHRA PRADESH, CHHATTISGARH, TELANGANA

1,358

Measles doses given

10,659

Patients treated for malaria

150

TB cases treated

55,810

OPD consultations

869

Mobile clinics conducted

1,960

Measles doses delivered

3,343

Postnatal consultations

3,344

Mobile clinics conducted

1,873

DTP vaccines given

1,626

DTP vaccines given

2,18,033

OPD consultations

37,758

Antenatal consultations

2,760

DTP vaccines given

2,379

Babies delivered

BIHAR

172

Kala azar-HIV co-infected patients admitted

167

Kala azar-HIV co-infected patients treated

JAMMU & KASHMIR

3,817

Individual counselling sessions conducted

1,527

Were first visits

60

Per cent of first visits were females

34

Per cent of first visits were from the age group 20-29 years

DELHI

JHARKHAND

594

SAM children treated through the CMAM approach

1,421

Children screened for SAM

113

SAM children admitted to inpatient facility

MAHARASHTRA

MSF Clinic

115

People living with HIV on treatment

924

Counselling sessions held

82

DR-TB patients on treatment

17

DR-TB patients cured and completed their treatment with new drugs

15

Health education sessions held

50

Support group meetings conducted

M/East Ward

1,424

DR-TB patients on treatment

193

DR-TB patients completed their treatment

7,682

Counselling sessions held

468

Health education sessions held

112

Support group meetings conducted

Group of TB Hospitals, Sewri

2,230

Counselling sessions held

221

Health education sessions held

127

Support group meetings conducted

KEM ART Centre

851

Enhanced adherence counselling (EAC) sessions conducted

391

Health education sessions conducted

MANIPUR

Hepatitis C

55

Cases of mono-infection treated

258

Cases of co-infection treated

Tuberculosis

88

Drug-sensitive TB (DSTB) patients treated

35

DR-TB patients treated

HIV

308

Patients registered

UTTAR PRADESH

2,711

Screened for hepatitis C

2,286

Tested positive for hepatitis C

1,198

Initiated on treatment

290

DR-Declared cured

WEST BENGAL

3,243

Acute respiratory infection cases treated

13.3

Per cent proportion of patients prescribed antibiotics