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In southern Chhattisgarh, where MSF runs mobile clinics, a doctor attends to a patient who arrived in a critical condition. India, October 2019. © MSF/Tadeu Andre

    Despite improved access to healthcare in India, a combination of high costs, poverty, social exclusion and an over-burdened public health system prevents people from seeking medical assistance.

    MSF continues to work with vulnerable communities, providing mental healthcare and treatment for infectious diseases, drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB), sexual violence and malnutrition…

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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