Take a look with us at the crises and disasters in which we intervene, the consequences they bring for the affected population and the challenges of providing assistance.
An earthquake, a tsunami or a cyclone can have a devastating impact on the population. The population's access to health care may also be significantly impaired during this period.
More than 68.5 million people worldwide have been forced to resettle. Much of our field activities focus on refugees and displaced people within a single country.
A cholera or measles epidemic can spread rapidly and have have fatal consequences. Malaria is endemic in many countries. Millions of people in the world live with HIV / AIDS.
We provide medical assistance to people living in areas where wars and armed conflicts are raging, such as South Sudan, Iraq or Syria.