Projects in India

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Our teams may witness violence, atrocities, and neglect in the course of their work. Témoignage – translated as bearing witness – is the act of raising awareness, either in private or in public, about what we see happening in front of us.

At times, MSF may speak out publicly to bring a forgotten crisis into view, or to denounce abuses, or challenge the diversion of assistance, or to call out policies that restrict access to medical care or essential medicines.

In this spirit, we launched the MSF Access Campaign in 1999 to push for access to essential medicines, diagnostic tests and vaccines for patients in our projects and beyond. We funded this initiative with the prize money from the Nobel Peace Prize, which MSF was awarded in 1999

The place names and boundaries used here do not reflect any position by MSF on their legal status.

Delhi

Treating survivors of sexual and gender-based violence in Delhi

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Manipur

Delivering specialist care for HIV, TB, and Hepatitis in Manipur

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Bihar

Acting against Kala Azar-HIV co-infection in Bihar

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Jammu and Kashmir

Meeting mental health needs in Jammu and Kashmir

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Maharashtra

Providing medical care for drug-resistant tuberculosis and HIV in Mumbai

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Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh & Telangana

Essential healthcare in remote areas of Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Telangana

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Uttar Pradesh

Providing medical care for hepatitis C in Meerut

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Jharkhand

Providing medical care for severe acute malnutrition in Jharkhand

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Past projects

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