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August 20, 2015

The last few weeks have brought unprecedented high temperatures to much of the Middle East. In Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, home to at least 410,000 refugees, temperatures have reached as high as 42 degrees. The heat isn’t just bringing discomfort; it’s bringing sickness.

August 29, 2013

Violent sectarian clashes between residents of two of Lebanon’s most deprived districts are leaving ordinary people caught in the crossfire as they struggle to access healthcare and get on with their daily lives. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are providing medical services to people on both sides of the frontline.

August 07, 2013

“I was seven months pregnant when I came to Lebanon,” said Maryam, 18, a Syrian refugee from Aleppo. “Many of my relatives were killed back home. I was terrified. I had to walk for hours before crossing the Lebanese border and suffered a hemorrhage. I feared miscarriage.”

June 19, 2013

For many refugees from Syria, getting a roof over their heads and keeping their families fed is a massive struggle. On World Refugee Day, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) warns that dire living conditions are affecting people’s health.

Mental healthcare for Palestinian refugees and vulnerable Lebanese

MSF assists Syrians fleeing conflict

Access limited by prohibitive costs and insecurity

New MSF survey shows half of refugees not receiving required medical care; immediate steps must be taken to improve Shelter and provide aid to new arrivals

Month in Focus - February 2013 Syria - Aid imbalances
Lebanon - Assistance for Syrian refugees
Mali - Tending to victims of the conflict
DRC - the measles challenge
South Sudan - fighting against sleeping sickness
Afghanistan - Improving access to healthcare

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