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A mother introduces a visitor to her newborn baby in the newly extended Mrima health centre in Likoni, Kenya. May 2018. © Paul Odongo/MSF

    MSF responded to multiple emergencies and public health challenges in Kenya in 2018, including disease outbreaks, urban violence and treatment failure affecting people living with HIV, while continuing our decades-long support for refugees in Dadaab.

    Life expectancy is steadily increasing in Kenya, with improvements in mortality rates for both HIV and tuberculosis (TB). However, infectious diseases and maternal mortality...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2018

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