WHO, Partners Deliver Health Care To Displaced People In Northwest Syria Using Mobile Clinics

World Health Organization: WHO delivers health care to displaced people in north-west Syrian Arab Republic
This post discusses the deployment by WHO and partners of eight mobile clinics to provide primary health care services for displaced people in northwest Syrian Arab Republic, noting, “These mobile clinics are often the only source of health care to people who have been cut off from access to regular health services as a result of the ongoing conflict in the area. … Each mobile clinic, consisting of a doctor, a midwife, a nurse, and a community health worker, offers services for child health, nutrition, communicable and non-communicable diseases, maternal and newborn health, and is equipped with essential medicines and medical devices” (7/2).

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