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A woman is examined at MSF’s kala azar–HIV ward in Patna, Bihar. Kala azar–HIV co-infected patients are often detected with chest infections such as tuberculosis. © Javeed Shah
A woman is examined at MSF’s kala azar–HIV ward in Patna, in Bihar, India. Kala azar–HIV co-infected patients are often detected with chest infections such as tuberculosis. © Javeed Shah

    In India, MSF runs a wide range of programmes for people unable to access healthcare, including mental health support, and treatment for infectious diseases, malnutrition and sexual violence.

    In January 2017, MSF opened a clinic providing care for hepatitis C in Meerut city in Uttar Pradesh, northern India. Uttar Pradesh is one of...

    Read full article in the International Activity Report 2017