WHO Official Discusses Deterioration Of Syria’s Health Care System, Plans For Response In SciDev.Net Interview

SciDev.Net: Q&A: WHO’s response to the Syrian health crisis
“Millions of lives in Syria have been lost, not only because of the war [that began] five years ago, but also because the health sector is no longer able to provide as many health services. In this interview with SciDev.Net, Tarik Jasarevich, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization (WHO) and a communications manager for the Syrian territory, notes the pace of deterioration in Syria, its health care needs, and details of how stakeholders are working on the ground to improve the situation…” (Lasheen, 10/24).

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