This information is excerpted from MSF’s 2016 International Activity Report.
MSF provided mental healthcare to Rohingya refugees living in four camps in Banda Aceh. This included psychological sessions, which 1,244 people attended. When the number of consultations fell in late 2016, the team adopted a mobile strategy and worked from a base in the capital, Jakarta.
Teams also carried out emergency interventions, donating hygiene kits after flash floods in West Java and providing psychological support to 2,529 people following an earthquake in Aceh.