Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) launched a COVID-19 Crisis Fund

Hospital installed by MSF to treat COVID-19 patients in Alcalá de Henares © Olmo Calvo /MSF

 

Right now, because of COVID-19, families and communities around the world are facing a global emergency that put many people at risk. This emergency is already overwhelming some of the world’ most organized and well-resourced healthcare systems and is affecting people’s ability to access essential care on a global scale. As the impact of COVID-19 continues to spread, the capacity of every affected country’s medical infrastructure will come under strain.

In this framework, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF/ Doctors Without Borders) launched a Covid-19 crisis fund to help vulnerable people living in precarious conditions or with limited access to healthcare.

MSF Korea seeks to raise 1.1 billion Korean Won for the Covid-19 Crisis Fund. The funds will specifically support the development of dedicated COVID-19 programs and the adaptation of ongoing programs that are affected by the consequences of COVID-19.

MSF’s core function is to provide essential, lifesaving medical care to people and places around the world where pre-existing health systems cannot (or will not) reach. That means MSF takes action wherever and whenever people do not have access to urgently needed health services as a result of disease, disaster, conflict or neglect.

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