In the Serbian capital, Belgrade, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) continued to run a clinic providing general health care, mental health services, social support, and water and sanitation activities for migrants and refugees. Between January and December, we conducted 12,000 medical consultations and 590 individual mental health sessions in the city. Learn how you can best help in the Balkans and other countries.
Our teams also carried out outreach activities in several informal settlements around the border towns of Šid, Subotica, and Kanjiža for people living outside the Serbian reception centers. We provided a total of 560 medical consultations, 20 individual mental health consultations, and 22 group mental health sessions.