Worldwide Operations Highlights

Below are the highlights of MSF activities in over 70 countries and regions in 2022:


Conducted 16,272,300 outpatient consultations Admitted 1,214,100 patients



Admitted 1,422,600 patients to emergency rooms Treated 158,000 people for measles




Vaccinated 4,124,700 people against measles in response to an outbreak Performed 118,100 surgical interventions involving the incision, excision, manipulation or suturing of tissue, requiring anaesthesia


Treated 4,268,600 malaria cases Treated 52,600 people for cholera


Admitted 127,400 severely malnourished children to inpatient feeding programmes Treated 31,500 people to first-line treatment on HIV antiretroviral under direct MSF care



Admitted 6,570 people to second-line treatment on HIV antiretroviral under direct MSF care Admitted 5,770 people to start on hepatitis C treatment

Admitted 17,800 people to start first-line treatment for TB Distributed relief items to 474,100 families


Assisted 320,700 women to deliver babies, including caesarean sections Treated 39,900 people for sexual violence



Rescued 3,850 people at sea Conducted 425,500 individual mental health consultations