ICRC provided primary health care at its clinic in Gereida camp and at 10 other centres.
Medical supplies and staff incentives were given. making available primary health care to nearly 300,000 IDPs and residents in remote conflict-affected areas across Darfur.

The clinics provided curative and mother and child care, vaccinations and, in Gereida, treatment for victims of sexual violence and people with tuberculosis. Mobile ICRC teams also carried out vaccination campaigns in areas inaccessible to the Health Ministry and, in West Darfur, provided curative and antenatal services to communities that could not reach a clinic.

In the 11 ICRC-supported health centres (average monthly catchment population: 236,500):
・170,083 people given consultations
・212,551 vaccine doses administered
・733 patients referred to a second level of care
・577 health education sessions held