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Medecines Sans Frontieres

Médecins Sans Frontières exists to save lives by providing medical aid where it is needed most – in armed conflicts, epidemics, famines and natural disasters. All these situations call for a rapid response with specialised medical and logistical help. Médecins Sans Frontières also run longer-term projects, tackling health crises and supporting people where the need is greatest, wherever they are. They currently have projects running in almost 70 countries.

Their medics carry out more than eight million patient consultations a year and their medical activities run from basic vaccination campaigns to complex surgery.

Their emergency medical work extends to neglected, forgotten diseases and long-term care for chronic conditions. They also advocate for affordable, high-quality medicines for the world's poorest people.
Bunderra Foundation is very proud to have contributed a significant donation towards such a long standing and worth while cause. We are confident these funds will be utilised by providing care to the people who need it the most.


Medecine Sans Frontiers

Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), is an independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflicts, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or manmade disasters.


It exists to save lives by providing medical aid where it is needed most.  All situations call for a rapid response with specialized medical and logistical help.  They also run longer term projects tackling health and supporting people where need is the greatest.  They have projects running in over 70 countries.


Covid 19 Response

June 2020

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, Medecins Sans Frontiers launched projects in over 60 countries to cater to the demands. This was integrated in several different ways:

Training and hospital management

Treating patients with the disease

Distribution of equipment

Support with hygiene

Mental healthcare


Simultaneously, more than 450 projects that were operating before the pandemic were also affected.  Along with treating patients with Covid 19 their ongoing work is essential for those in war torn countries and where medical assistance would not otherwise be available. 

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