- People living with HIV/AIDS in China face difficulties accessing the necessary care.
- In October 2011, at the request of Aids Care China (ACC), Médecins Sans Frontières started supporting a clinic near the China–Myanmar border in Jiegao, Yunnan province, where there are high numbers of Chinese and Burmese injecting drug users with HIV or HIV–TB and HIV–hepatitis C co-infection.
- In September 2013, a Médecins Sans Frontières team began providing technical assistance to ACC to improve the clinical management of HIV/AIDS patients.
- Médecins Sans Frontières also supported the development of ACC by reinforcing its medical expertise in HIV/AIDS management.
Flooding in Guanxi
- In August 2013, more than 127,000 people were affected by flooding and a landslide in Guiping, Guangxi province.
- Médecins Sans Frontières distributed hygiene kits, buckets, plastic sheeting and mosquito nets to 950 households.
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Médecins Sans Frontières has been working in the country since 1988 to 2014.