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A Rohingya mother and her baby with midwife, who leads the maternity services in MSF general healthcare centres in Jamtoli and Hakimpara, Cox’s Bazar. Bangladesh, July 2019. © Anthony Kwan/MSF

    MSF continues to respond to the medical and humanitarian needs of Rohingya refugees and vulnerable Bangladeshi communities, and to address healthcare gaps in Dhaka’s Kamrangirchar district.

    At the end of 2019, MSF remained one of the main providers of medical humanitarian assistance to the stateless Rohingya, approximately one million of whom live in the largest refugee camp in the world, in Cox's Bazar. More than two years since the initial emergency, people still...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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