In 2021-2022, the Foundation will support the emergency project of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) which aims to provide medical assistance to people displaced in the Boucle du Mouhoun region due to the prevailing insecurity situation in Burkina Faso.
As part of this project, MSF will provide medical care to girls and women living in the Boucle du Mouhoun region of the country (north-west) and in the provinces of Kossi (Nouna) and Sourou (Tougan).
These girls and women will specifically benefit from primary and secondary health care: general consultations, prenatal follow-up, gynecological and obstetrical care, pediatric care, care for victims of sexual violence (including psychological assistance). In 2023, MSF plans to launch emergency surgery (obstetric surgery, trauma and visceral emergencies, etc.) in the hospitals of Nouna and Tougan. Displaced women and girls from these provinces, where approximately 80% of IDPs are women and children, will also be able to benefit from these actions if they are opened as planned by the partner.