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MSF Forced to end its mental health acitvities in Nauru


MSF started providing free psychological and psychiatric services in the Republic of Nauru in November 2017, to refugees, asylum seekers and the Nauruan people. These services were put on hold on 5 October 2018 when the government of Nauru informed MSF that our services were “no longer required” and requested that MSF end activities within 24 hours.

Almost all 900 asylum seekers and refugees on Nauru, including 115 children, have been on the island for more than five years, with no clear process or prospect of permanent resettlement.
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