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Our international programs

© Alessio Romenzi
Médecins du Monde France (MdM) has been working in Palestine since 1996, and is currently focusing its activities in North West Bank on psychosocial programs aiming at preventing and limiting the psychosocial impacts of occupation related violence on Palestinian communities within Nablus, Qalqilya...
© Bruno Fert
Since the beginning of January, the intensity of demolitions and displacement of Palestinians in the West Bank have reached the highest levels in seven years. Between 1 January and 15 March 2016, 378 Palestinian homes and structures were demolished by the Israeli Civil Administration (ICA),...
© Bruno Fert
For over ten years, Médecins du Monde France (MdM) and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) have been intervening in the Northern West Bank, in oPt, to mitigate the impacts of settlers’ attacks against Palestinian communities. Based on this work, this research offers a presentation of what settler...
Un pêcheur Gazaoui
For 3 years, Médecins du Monde France (MdM) has been working on preparing community members to cope with emergency situations through providing Basic Life Support (BLS) courses.
Le contexte de violence chronique dans le nord de Cisjordanie est très préoccupant, car il affecte la santé mentale et l’équilibre psychosocial des communautés, et peut également alimenter des sentiments de frustration qui peuvent contribuer à perpétuer le cycle de violence actuel.
Camp de réfugiés en Irak. © Guillaume Pinon
Notre intervention en Syrie, en Irak, en Jordanie et au Liban.
Un enfant soigné par nos équipes © Mylène Zizzo
Enquête menée en 2012 par l’Organisme autorisé pour l’adoption Médecins du Monde.
Quand l'adoption internationale interroge l'adoption nationale et notre système de protection sociale...
L’accès aux soins des populations du Sahel.
Les bénéficiaires de notre programme se reposent au centre d'accueil de Médecins du Monde. © William Daniels
The number of people who inject drugs has been increasing