Hundreds of people here don't know what their future will be. They have seen their house, goods and family members disappear and have saved their lives by fleeing the violence, but here in N'Djamena, nothing is familiar. MSF’s mobile teams in some of the sites found many patients in need of basic healthcare, with diarrhea, respiratory tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases and there are several serious post-op cases that require continued follow-up. There is an increasing need of water-sanitation activities (water points) that MSF teams are supporting. MSF has also set up operations in the south of the country, in Bitoye and Sido, where 25 000 refugees have arrived.