Over 100,000 people have fled for their lives due to extremely violent attacks on numerous towns across Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique
Our teams have been forced to suspended medical support in Macomia, Mozambique following a recent attack on the village that also resulted in the destruction of our healthcare centre.
MSF’s aim, alongside the national health authorities in Jose Macamo hospital, is to provide screening, diagnosis and treatment to patients with advanced HIV in less than 48 hours.
MSF has been providing healthcare in Cabo Delgado province, one of the poorest and most isolated regions of Mozambique since February 2019. Early activities were rapidly disrupted by Cyclone Kenneth and replaced with emergency response to displacement and cholera.
MSF has been working with the key populations since 2014 and is developing several approaches to improve their access to healthcare.
Everywhere around the world, we work with refugees and we see people who have lost everything and are struggling to have access to basic living conditions
MSF continues to run community-based activities tackling the last remaining cases of cholera and limit the possibility of a resurgence of the outbreak.
Just over a month after Cyclone Idai devastated central Mozambique, Cyclone Kenneth hit the coast of Cabo Delgado province, in the country’s north, on Thursday evening 25 April