A patient with cancer of the oesophagus is cared for through MSF’s palliative care programme in Dagahaley, part of Dadaab refugee camp. Kenya, March 2019.


In Kenya, MSF provides care to refugees, drug users and victims of violence, and responds to public health challenges such as advanced HIV and non-communicable diseases.

Kenya is MSF’s largest programme outside a conflict zone or emergency crisis. In the sprawling slums of Nairobi and in the three-decade-old Dadaab refugee camp, for example, many people still struggle to obtain effective diagnosis and care for life-threatening diseases…

Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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