A member of MSF’s Chad Emergency Response Unit informs a nomad woman of the arrival of our measles vaccination teams in the outskirts of Djouna, Am Timan district. Chad, April 2019.


In 2019, MSF launched several interventions across Chad to help control the measles epidemic that has continued to intensify since it was declared in May 2018. 

In Chad, measles outbreaks usually begin in spring and die out when the rainy season starts in June, but the 2018 outbreak continued into 2019 and eventually spread to 75 of the country’s 126 districts. Our teams arrived in Am Timan in January when a new peak was declared...

Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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