Morocco is a country of transit and forced stay for migrants from sub-Saharan Africa. Many face extremely poor living conditions and violence. MSF has teams based in Rabat and Oujda. There are two components to MSF's work with migrants: provision of direct curative and preventive medical care; and facilitating access to the Moroccan health system. Sexual and reproductive health is a priority for MSF. In 2010, MSF teams provided medical care to 145 survivors of sexual violence. MSF medical staff carried out 2,568 medical consultations and provided psychosocial help to migrants through 182 individual mental health consultations and 48 group sessions that year.