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Venezuelan migrants and indigenous Wayuu in a settlement in Uribia, La Guajira, where MSF runs a mobile clinic. Colombia. August 2019. © Melissa Pracht

    Colombia saw a resurgence of violence in 2019, as armed groups fought over disputed territories. MSF assisted Colombians who were forcibly displaced and confined, and supported Venezuelan migrants.

    In the department of Cauca, we offered mental health assistance to the Nasa indigenous community after a massacre in which several of their members were killed. In Chocó, our teams ran general and mental health services for members of the Wounaan Nonam indigenous community displaced by clashes between armed factions in Docordó town centre...

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