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A patient with cutaneous leishmaniosis arrives with her husband at MSF’s facility at Naseerullah Khan Babar Memorial Hospital, Peshawar, Pakistan, June 2019. © Nasir Ghafoor/MSF

    Improving healthcare for mothers, children and newborns remains a priority for MSF in Pakistan. We also treat infectious diseases and respond to natural disasters.

    The availability of free, high-quality medical care for women and children is limited, especially in rural areas of Pakistan…

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2019


    MSF provides help in some of the areas hardest hit by severe floods

    Pakistan is suffering widespread destruction from flooding due to exceptionally heavy monsoon rains, affecting some 33 million people. One-third of the country is now underwater, according to Pakistani officials. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are on the ground providing primary health care, drinking water, and essential supplies, although access to some areas remains extremely challenging. 

    Find out our response to that emergency

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