WHO Needs Nearly $74.3M To Address Health Care Issues In Syria

International Business Times: WHO seeks financial aid to support health care needs in Syria
“The World Health Organization (WHO) needs $74.33 million in urgent aid to address the health care problems in war-torn Syria. Under its Strategic Response Plan (SRP) 2015, the WHO said it would work towards disease surveillance and response, strengthening delivery of secondary health care services, and support immunization programs…” (Malik, 3/8).

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