MSF closed its projects in China in 2014.


Activities  2014 International Activity Report

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) stopped working in China in 2014.

Although the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in China is low, people living with the disease face difficulties accessing the necessary care, and there is still widespread discrimination and stigma. China initiated the ‘Four Frees and One Care’ policy in December 2003, providing HIV counselling and testing, antiretroviral treatment, prevention of mother-to-child transmission and schooling for children orphaned by AIDS, all free of charge. However, many people with the disease have not benefited from these measures.

Read more about MSF's activities in China in 2014.

Year MSF first worked in the country: 1989.

2014 Key figures
No. staff in 2014 2
2014 Expenditure €0.2 million

Figures from 2014 International Activity Report
and 2014 International Financial Report



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