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A patient with cancer of the oesophagus is cared for through MSF’s palliative care programme in Dagahaley, part of Dadaab refugee camp. Kenya, March 2019. © Paul Odongo/MSF

    In Kenya, MSF provides care to refugees, drug users and victims of violence, and responds to public health challenges such as advanced HIV and non-communicable diseases.

    Kenya is MSF’s largest programme outside a conflict zone or emergency crisis. In the sprawling slums of Nairobi and in the three-decade-old Dadaab refugee camp, for example, many people still struggle to obtain effective diagnosis and care for life-threatening diseases…

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019

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