Photographs and video illustrating the maternal care and ward in the MSF hospital, Nduta camp, Tanzania.
Over 100,000 Burundi refugees live in Nduta camp. Nduta camp borders Burundi where civil war has caused hundreds of thousands to flee. A widely undocumented conflict sees these displaced persons now living stateless with a lack of access to basic resources such as food and healthcare. Medicines Sans Frontiere established a hospital in this camp in 2015 to provide healthcare to these refugees. This documentation shows the crucial work by MSF in maternal health in the hospital. MSF support women throughout pre and post natal maternal care, additionally have a ward dedicated to premature babies and on-going support after the mother leaves the hospital with her new baby.