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.
Mental Health: Rohingya Trauma and Resilience
Since August 2017, MSF has conducted over 16,000 individual mental health consultations and 18,000 group mental health sessions among Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district. All MSF health facilities provide mental health services, and both psychological and psychiatric services are available at all inpatient facilities and some primary health centres.
MSF is one of very few actors providing such services to both Rohingya and Bangladeshi patients in Cox’s Bazar district. The limited availability of mental health services and particularly more advanced mental health services, including psychiatric care, in the area, remains concerning.
Find out more about the Rohingya refugee crisis here.