Sebastien Van Malleghem
A patient suffering from hypertension is being examined by MSF medical staff in the Tawergha camp in Janzour, Marine Academy, Tripoli, Libya on Apr. 22. 2012.

Tawergha was a pro-Ghadaffi stronghold during the Libyan civil war, and as of October 2011, it has been virtually cleared of all its population. The people from Tawergha are now spread out in pockets across Libya, and are a target of persecution and intimidation from militia forces because of their association with the Ghadaffi regime. The Janzour Marine Academy camp is the largest camp for people from Tawergha in Tripoli. About 450 families, around 2500 people, live here. MSF provides medical assistance here every week in the form of mobile clinics.