Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is no longer working in Somalia. In August 2013, MSF was forced to announce the closure of all of its programs in the country. Extreme attacks on MSF staff and an inability to work in an environment where these attacks were often supported and condoned by civilian leaders and armed authorities led to this decision. Read MSF’s press release here.
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MSF FORCED TO CLOSE ALL MEDICAL PROGRAMMES IN SOMALIA

14.08.2013 | Assisting Somalis General

Abuse and Manipulation of Humanitarian Action End 22 Years of Medical Aid in Somalia; Armed Groups and Civilian Leadership Support and Tolerance of Violent Attacks Against MSF Undermine Minimum Security…

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