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September 23, 2016

MSF calls on the government of Jordan to remove restrictions on humanitarian aid and to allow its medical team to have access to the Berm, so that they can directly assess the medical needs of Syrians stranded there. MSF stresses that it will not endorse any proposal that involves Syrians being pushed or drawn back into Syria, or that does not make provision for the impartial delivery of quality medical care. MSF renews its call to find a long-term solution to the humanitarian situation of Syrians trapped at the Berm.

October 15, 2015

Doctors without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) this week commemorated the second year anniversary of its Emergency Trauma Surgical Project patients in Al-Ramtha Government Hospital in Ramtha district, northern Jordan, where MSF provides quality medical treatment to Syrian war-wounded.

April 29, 2014
The ongoing conflict in Iraq has had a profound impact on the lives of Iraqis across the country. Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) offers reconstructive surgical care to victims of violence from all over Iraq. But the security situation is posing huge challenges.
 
December 10, 2013

Ramtha is a Jordanian town near the border with southern Syria, which has seen some of the heaviest fighting in the conflict. The majority of war wounded arriving in Jordan go to the Ramtha Hospital.

November 18, 2013

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has opened a mother and child hospital for Syrian refugees in the northern Jordanian governorate of Irbid. MSF opened the hospital on November 13, in collaboration with the Jordanian Ministry of Health.

May 29, 2013

Nearly half a million Syrians are now refugees in Jordan, making up a third of the 1.5 million people who have fled the conflict in Syria to neighbouring countries. More than 100,000 of them live in Zaatari camp, situated in the north of the country, less than 20 km from the Syrian border. Up until last month, one thousand refugees arrived daily at the camp, which has become the largest camp for Syrian refugees in the region.

March 21, 2013

Over the last three months, escalating violence in Syria has caused an unprecedented flow of refugees into neighbouring countries. According to the Jordanian authorities, an estimated number of 400,000 are now living in the country.

MSF treats injured at Amman facility