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Photo Collection: MSF in Central African Republic, January – May 2014 These and more images can be found on the MSF Media Archive: http://media.msf.org/Package/24BHRGYHQBS

Following confirmation of measles cases MSF is vaccinating 68,000 children in five camps in Bangui, Central African Republic in order to prevent an outbreak. Photo: Pierre Terdjman/Cosmos

The needs of displaced people in Don Bosco (30,000 people) are enormous. MSF has started a nutritional program in the camp. Photo: Juan Carlos Tomasi/MSF

A wounded man, is referred for emergency surgery by MSF staff at Mpoko camp. Photo: William Daniels

21-year-old Sonia arrived at the MSF hospital in the M’Poko camp to give birth after fleeing the neighbourhood of Bangui that she lived in to seek refuge and medical help at the M’Poko camp. Violent conflict erupted in December in Bangui, Central African Republic. Photo: Laurence Geai

Following heavy rain sanitarian conditions in M'Poko camp have been exacerbated. Some 60.000 are still gathered in this camp near the international airport where MSF has set up a field hospital with 60 beds and 3 health posts. Photo: Mathieu Fortoul/MSF

Ann Van Haver, midwife for MSF, takes care of Sonia, 21 at the Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in M’Poko camp in Bangui. Photo: Laurence Geai

MSF Health Promoter Katrien Gedopt, Bangui Airport, Central African Republic. Photo: Christian Nestler


Photo Collection: MSF in Central African Republic, January – May 2014 These and more images can be found on the MSF Media Archive: http://media.msf.org/Package/24BHRGYHQBS

MSF staff on the road to Castor hospital in Bangui, Central African Republic. Photo: Juan Carlos Tomasi/MSF

An MSF support team, heading to Castors Health Centre in Bangui, takes cover from gunfire. Photo: Juan Carlos Tomasi/MSF

MSF midwife Dominique Luypaers, Bossangoa hospital, Central African Republic. Photo: Ton Koene.

The Mamadou M’Baiki health centre (PK 5 area) was opened by MSF at the beginning of the year. Since then staff are performing more than 3,500 consultations per month. Photo: Mathieu Fortoul/MSF

MSF Doctor, Paul van der Laan, Bossangoa hospital, Central African Republic. Photo: Ton Koene

Women and children line up at a mobile health clinic run by MSF in the village of Zere, a two hour drive from Bossangoa, Central African Republic. Photo Ton Koene

Many people displaced by the conflict have found temporary refuge in Mboko airport, Bangui., April 2014. Photo Ton Koene


Central African Republic, MSF missions, January – May 2014