MSF’s Corridor Project in Mozambique and Malawi 2014-2015
The MSF Corridor project, spanning 6 locations between Mozambique and Malawi, aims to implement tailored and comprehensive interventions for hard-to-reach and marginalized populations (commonly known as ‘key populations’), including female and male sex workers and MSM (Men who have sex with Men) and mobile workers (truck drivers, miners) present along the main transport corridors between the two countries.
The project aims to support the Mozambican Ministry of Health to provide integrated and friendly HIV/TB prevention and treatment, as well as family planning services using strong community based programmes.
This report provides an overview of MSF activities and reach in the Corridor Project between 2014 to 2015.
Read MSF's update on Providing HIV Care in the "Corridor".