Idlib, a crowded IDP camp
After seven years of war, more than a million internally displaced Syrians are crowded into Idlib and parts of its neighboring provinces that are still held by the opposition. Conditions have worsened with the recent arrival of tens of thousands of people from Eastern Ghouta, South Damascus and North Homs.
An important number of these internally displaced people (IDPs) are living in informal camps that lack almost all services and are seriously overcrowded. Some of them are facing these difficult conditions after years of living in siege-like conditions and heavy violence. Consequently, many wounded and sick are among their number.
As part of a coordinated humanitarian response in Idlib and northern Hama, MSF is running a major burns and trauma hospital, conducting mobile clinics, distributing essential survival items, supporting more than 15 hospitals and clinics, and carrying out vaccination campaigns.
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