IRIN Examines Efforts To Build Health Care Facilities In Bangladesh To Keep Pace With Rohingya Refugee Influx

IRIN: How do you build a health system from scratch in the middle of a refugee crisis?
“…[R]elief efforts have to move fast in the Rohingya camps, where aid agencies are scrambling to construct a health care system in record time for the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis. While new health posts are sprouting up in the camps, the needs are immense. Vast distances and still-growing refugee numbers make delivering life-saving aid a monumental challenge…” (Glinski, 10/24).

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