Measles outbreak in Chad was declared in May 2018 is still ongoing, putting the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the country at risk
Around 17 million people live in areas affected by violence resulting from the conflict between non-state armed groups and military forces in the Lake Chad region
Doctors Without Borders has opened, in partnership with the Ministry of health, a therapeutic feeding centre in N'Djamena, Chad.
MSF teams in Am Timan are responding to this nutritional crisis by providing support to three local health centres in screening and treating cases of malnutrition.
In Chad, MSF is fighting a Hepatitis E outbreak - a deadly waterborne disease which is extremely dangerous for pregnant women and their unborn children.