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Under the Title 'Diseases Increased and No Medicine', Doctors of Yarmouk Shed Light the Miserable Medical Status in the Besieged Camp

Published : 19-08-2015

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Within the activities of "Save the Besieged Yarmouk Camp" a medical conference was held yesterday in Youth Support Center in Yarmouk.

The doctors spoke about the miserable medical and health situation in the camp, and difficulties they face while treating the residents.

This conference is part of the campaign launched by civil and national bodies and institutions operating within the Yarmouk refugee camp, which entitled "Diseases Increased and No Medicine".

Medical bodies in the Yarmouk camp has launched an appeal to all concerned to shoulder their responsibilities towards trapped civilians in the Yarmouk refugee camp, after recording new deaths because of lack of medicines and health care, and lack of suitable potential.

The siege imposed by the regular army and PFGC groups is the causative of stopping all hospitals and clinics from work, due to prevent the introduction of materials and medical supplies.

In addition, most relief agencies stopped working inside the camp after being threat by ISIS that dominated the camp early last April in coordinate and support from Al-Nusra Front members.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1736

Within the activities of "Save the Besieged Yarmouk Camp" a medical conference was held yesterday in Youth Support Center in Yarmouk.

The doctors spoke about the miserable medical and health situation in the camp, and difficulties they face while treating the residents.

This conference is part of the campaign launched by civil and national bodies and institutions operating within the Yarmouk refugee camp, which entitled "Diseases Increased and No Medicine".

Medical bodies in the Yarmouk camp has launched an appeal to all concerned to shoulder their responsibilities towards trapped civilians in the Yarmouk refugee camp, after recording new deaths because of lack of medicines and health care, and lack of suitable potential.

The siege imposed by the regular army and PFGC groups is the causative of stopping all hospitals and clinics from work, due to prevent the introduction of materials and medical supplies.

In addition, most relief agencies stopped working inside the camp after being threat by ISIS that dominated the camp early last April in coordinate and support from Al-Nusra Front members.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1736