Migrants stop to rest in Coatzacoalcos, a port city in the state of Veracruz. Mexico, December 2018.


MSF runs a number of projects across Mexico, providing medical and mental healthcare to migrants and refugees from Central America and Mexican nationals deported from the United States. 

MSF teams in Mexico scaled up their activities along the northern border with the US during 2019, as the collapse of the protection system for asylum seekers in the region and migration policies based on criminalisation, deterrence and containment trapped thousands of migrants in dangerous Mexican cities…

Read full article in International Activity Report 2018

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