The Al Hol camp in Northeast Syria: health and humanitarian challenges

Aug 07, 2020

Al Hol camp is the largest refugee/internally displaced people camp in Northeast Syria. It currently contains approximately 65 000 individuals, of which an estimated 10 000 are foreign non-Iraqi nationals. The current situation for those living in the camp is untenable due to abhorrent living conditions and restriction on medical care or access to care. BMJ Global Health


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