Rwanda

MSF closed its projects in Rwanda in 2007.

​At the end of 2007, MSF ended its activities in Rwanda after 16 years in the country.

​MSF's work had included assistance to displaced persons, war surgery, programs for unaccompanied children and street children, support to victims traumatised by the conflict, programs to improve access to health care, responding to epidemics such as malaria, cholera, and tuberculosis, and projects linked to maternal and reproductive health.

 
Rwanda

Rwandans Remember

Voices from the Field 4 Apr 2018
 
Rwanda

Dominique Mukunzi: “MSF helped me when I was in need”

Voices from the Field 27 Oct 2017
 
Rwanda

Rwanda genocide 20 years on: “My innocence died there”

Interview 7 Apr 2014
 
Rwanda

MSF releases case studies that reveal the organisation's internal struggle to position itself in the face of Rwandan genocide

Press Release 2 Apr 2014