There is not enough clean water or hygiene provisions for people to continually wash their hands
More than 2000 people were rescued in less than 36 hours
In less than 36 hours, more than 2000 people were rescued in the Central Mediterranean. Read: Search and rescue in the Mediterranean: “Stay calm, we will take you all to Italy”
So far in 2016, more than 2800 people have died at sea, this is 1000 more than in the same period last year. Since the beginning of the MSF's 2016 operations, MSF teams on board Dignity, Bourbon Argos and Aquarius (in partnership with SOS Mediterranee) rescued 5653 people during 44 different rescue operations. Between 23 and 24 June, more than 2000 people were rescued. Bourbon Argos rescued 1139, Aquarius 257 and Dignity I 639 people.