Activities in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
At an MSF clinic in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, psychologist Gracia hugs a patient after their last session together to help address the trauma of sexual abuse. Teams offer comprehensive care to victims of violence, including medical treatment, counseling, group therapy, and psychological first aid.
Honduras 2019 © Christina Simons/MSF
Click to hide Text

MSF-USA annual reports

2019 By the Numbers: 

  • 10,384,000 outpatient consultations

  • 2,638,200 malaria cases treated

  • 1,048,800 emergency room admissions

How we use funds:


Download the 2019 Annual Report

The year in photos 2019

Violence and neglect in the remote northeast of South Sudan
MSF nurse Bárbara García and Nyamach, a young patient, play with a balloon made from a surgical glove in the inpatient ward of MSF’s hospital in Ulang, South Sudan.
© Igor Barbero/MSF
Mobile clinics in Ponta Gea area of Beira, Mozambique.
After Cyclone Idai devastated Mozambique in spring 2019, MSF immediately began running mobile clinics in the hardest-hit areas of Beira city. Here, MSF peer educator Aida Joao cares for a child suffering from suspected pneumonia.
Mozambique 2019 © Pablo Garrigos/MSF
An MSF mobile team walks to access a village cut off by damage caused by Cylone Idai in Chimanimani, Zimbabwe.
An MSF mobile team walks to access a village cut off by damage caused by Cylone Idai in Chimanimani, Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe 2019 © MSF
MSF's delivery services at the Birth centre, Rafik Hariri University Hospital Campus,
Baby Alaa has just been born, weighing 6.6 pounds and measuring 20 inches, at the MSF birth center in Rafik Hariri University hospital, Lebanon. Midwife Josianne and Nurse Nagham assisted his mother in the delivery, and both mother and baby are in good health.
Lebanon 2019 © Severine Sajous
Emergency North East Syria: Fleeing and Seeking Refuge - Displaced Population
The Qados family takes shelter from the extreme heat in the shade of a truck on the outskirts of Tal Tamer, northeastern Syria. They fled their home in Ras Al Ain in Hasakah province amid bombardment by the Turkish military in October, leaving with very few belongings.
Syria 2019 © Jake Simkin
Cholera response in Khamer, Amran hospital
A mother and children inside MSF’s Khamer cholera treatment center in Yemen’s Amran governorate. Cholera is endemic in Yemen, but years of conflict have shattered the health system and disrupted sanitation services, contributing to major outbreaks of the waterborne disease.
Yemen 2019 © Agnes Varraine-Leca/MSF
Deterioration of humanitarian situation for the displaced in northern Abs
A girl holds her young brother in a displaced people’s camp in northern Abs, Yemen.
Yemen 2019 © Al Hareth Al Maqaleh
Measles vaccination in Mai-Ndombe Province
Parents and children wait to receive measles vaccinations in Etebe health area, Mai-Ndombe province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Democratic Republic of Congo 2019 © Franck Ngonga
MSF supports the Ebola Transit Center in Bunia
Staff members dress in personal protective equipment to enter the high-risk zone at the Ebola transit center in Bunia.
Democratic Republic of Congo 2019 © Pablo Garrigos/MSF
Migrants and refugees in Zintan and Gharyan detention centers in Libya
Detained refugees look out through a gap in the gate at the Zintan detention center, Libya.
Libya 2019 © Jérôme Tubiana/MSF
Medical Team Leader, Stefanie, helps rescued people remove their life jackets as they come on board Ocean Viking.
On October 18, 2019, the search and rescue ship Ocean Viking, operated by MSF and SOS MEDITERRANEE, responded to a boat in distress on the Mediterranean Sea. One-hundred four people, including 40 minors and two pregnant women, were brought safely on board.
Mediterranean Sea 2019 © Stefan Dold/MSF
MSF on the migration route to Mexico
In February 2019, MSF launched an emergency intervention in the Mexican border town of Piedras Negras, just across the border from Eagle Pass, Texas, to care for some 1,700 migrants and asylum seekers traveling by caravan.
Mexico 2019 © Juan Carlos Tomasi/MSF
Activities in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
A team of MSF health promoters goes door-to-door in Nueva Capital, a neighborhood on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, to inform residents of MSF services in local clinics, including care to victims of violence.
Honduras 2019 © Christina Simons
Woman talking to a group of people
At least 1.4 million Venezuelans have fled to neighboring Colombia. They have left a country where, over the last few years, most people had no access to medicines and essential health services were entirely out of reach.
Colombia 2019 © Melissa Pracht/MSF
World Refugee Day: Nunahar and her husband Abdul Zoleel at the Kutupalong field hospital
Nunahar and her husband, Abdul Zoleel, pose for a portrait at MSF’s Kutupalong field hospital, one of the many health facilities we run for the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh after fleeing targeted violence in neighboring Myanmar.
Bangladesh 2019 © Nitin George/MSF
Rohingya in Malaysia: Sawkina Story
Twenty-seven-year-old Rohingya woman Sawkina recovers from a broken leg. Although she was born and raised in Malaysia, she does not have Malaysian nationality. As a divorced woman in a conservative society, she has to rely on herself and her parents to support her and her 13-year-old daughter.
Malaysia 2019 © Arnaud Finistre
Ahmed, 38, a Palestinian man shot and wounded by the Israeli army on May 14, 2018.
Ahmed, 38, a Palestinian man shot and wounded by the Israeli army on May 14, 2018.
Palestinian Territories 2019 © Mohammed Abed
Health at risk in Haiti as crisis and violence worsen
Protestors pass burning tires during a demonstration in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In 2019, a devalued currency and increasing fuel prices sparked widespread protests as people called for the departure of President Jovenel Moïse.
Haiti 2019 © Jeanty Junior Augustin/MSF
CAR Boguila Patient Story
At the MSF clinic in Boguila, Central African Republic (CAR), a doctor examines 10-month-old Ketira, who is suffering from a lung infection. MSF is the largest health care provider in CAR, a country fractured by violent conflict and lawlessness.
Central African Republic 2019 © Marcel-Philipp Werdier/MSF
MSF: Johnson & Johnson should make TB drug available for all at $1/day
In April 2019, MSF staff demonstrated outside a shareholders meeting at Johnson & Johnson’s headquarters in New Brunswick, New Jersey, calling on the company to lower the cost of the tuberculosis drug bedaquiline to $1 per day.
United States 2019 © Melissa Pracht/MSF