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103 programmes in 30 cities and towns
In France, access to care for the neediest is increasingly difficult. Médecins du Monde implements solutions specific to these groups: health care facilities providing a medical and social centre but also mobile activities designed to go out to meet the most excluded people where they live (streets, Roma camps, squatter settlements etc.). MdM operates in France through a network of 15 regional delegations.
- 103 programmes in 30 cities and towns
- 82 mobile outreach actions
- 61,000 medical dental and social consultations
- 21 CASO reception, healthcare and advice clinics They can receive and care for the poor for free and help them to restore their rights.
- 28,160 patients received
- 2,000 volunteers
Fighting against health inequalities Through its field experience, Médecins du Monde challenges the government and seeks to remove barriers (financial, administrative etc.) to access to care.
Helping those excluded from health care
Médecins du Monde has operated in France since 1986 in order to facilitate access to healthcare for the most vulnerable populations:
- The homeless
- Sex workers
- Drug users
- Asylum seekers