There are MS organisations in many countries around the world that provide information and support for people with multiple sclerosis and their families. Search our global MS network below or click on the map.
Find out how MSIF works to support MS organisations.
The MS Society Austria, alongside the medical community, provides information, advice and assistance to people with MS and supports the furthering of MS research.
See full details | visit them at http://www.msgoe.at/
The MS Society of Barbados provides support for people with MS and an opportunity for them to come together, share ideas and promote self-help. The Society also lobbies decision-makers to improve the quality of life for people with MS and raises awareness of the disease amongst the public.
See full details | visit them at http://http//www.barbadosdisabled.org.bb/pages/contact/index.php
The mission of the MS Society of Canada is to be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life.
See full details | visit them at http://www.mssociety.ca/
The MS Society of Great Britain and Northern Ireland works to enable everyone affected by MS to live life to their full potential and secure the care and support they need, until ultimately a cure is found. The Society aims to lead the MS agenda through information provision, support, research and raising standards of care.
See full details | visit them at http://www.mssociety.org.uk/
The MS Society of India works to promote the welfare of people affected by MS through its Chapter network, helping them to participate and integrate into the country’s socio-economic fabric.
See full details | visit them at http://www.mssocietyindia.org/
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