Increased Funding Needed To Address Humanitarian, Health Challenges In Syria, WHO Official Says
U.N. News Centre: Syria: U.N. health agency ‘unable to sustain’ operations without significant funding increase
“Ahead of next week’s third International Humanitarian Pledging Conference for Syria, the United Nations health agency’s top official in the country said [Friday] that more than 16 million Syrians and Syrian refugees are in need of health support, but that she had so far received no new funding to meet the $124 million needed to finance humanitarian operations in the country this year…” (3/27).
VOA News: Millions Face Health Crisis in Syria
“The World Health Organization warns that millions of people in Syria are facing a health crisis. It says deaths and casualties are mounting in the war-torn country as medical care and treatment diminish…” (Schlein, 3/27).
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