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Channel Title : VICE News

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Published Date : 2018-01-12T17:42:12.000Z

For 10-year-old Syrian refugee Alaa, running around like a normal kid can be seriously dangerous. He was born with a hole in his heart. But because of a spiraling healthcare crisis in Syria and its neighboring countries, Alaa can't access the healthcare he needs. "He suffers terribly — I wanted him to have the surgery a long time ago and be done with it," Alaa's mother Sehar told VICE News. "I didn’t take him to any cardiologist — I couldn’t afford to do that." The ongoing civil war in Syria barred many ill adults and children from hospitals and doctors. But even in Jordan, where many refugees flee, anyone living outside outside the country’s three refugee camps can’t access its national healthcare system either. Going private is the only option. Approximately 1.3 million Syrians live in Jordan, but less than half are officially registered as refugees. In critical cases, refugees are given treatment — the problem is for those who need specialized care or treatment for chronic conditions. It’s now up to charities and NGOs like the Syrian-American Medical Society (SAMS) and the British-based Chain of Hope to help deal with the backlogs. Subscribe to VICE News here: Check out VICE News for more: Follow VICE News here: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network:

Channel Title : Al Jazeera English

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Published Date : 2014-05-21T05:37:35.000Z

Amnesty International has warned that many of the more than one million Syrian refugees in Lebanon are in desperate need of healthcare, with most unable to afford treatment. The situation has forced some to make difficult choices, including taking the risk of heading back to their home country, devastated by years of conflict. As a result, some refugees are receiving medical help from the same government that inflicted their injuries. Al Jazeera's Rula Amin reports from Lebanon.

Channel Title : WorldHumanitarianDay

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Published Date : 2014-08-18T22:42:13.000Z

A day in the life of Dina Jardaneh, Assistant Public Health Officer with UNHCR Aid workers save lives. All sides to conflict must do more to protect #HumanitarianHeroes

Channel Title : PBS NewsHour

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Published Date : 2016-08-08T23:03:08.000Z

Refugees arriving in upstate New York in recent years have increasingly come from active conflict zones, including Syria and Iraq -- many fleeing with injuries of war and deep emotional scars. As the refugee populations in places like Buffalo change, the health care systems and cultures of U.S. cities welcoming these populations have been changing, too. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports.

Channel Title : CCTV Video News Agency

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Published Date : 2018-11-24T07:09:52.000Z

Syrian refugees cannot afford medical services after the halt of health subsidies and the United Nations Refugee Agency UNHCR is looking for partners to find a solution, said a UNHCR official. Over the seven years since the Syrian crisis, Jordan has hosted about 1.3 million Syrian refugees, with the number of registered Syrian refugees exceeding 650,000. With the assistance of the UNHCR, Jordan has been providing free medical services for Syrian refugees in the country. By the end of 2016, the Jordanian public health care system had spent more than 1.5 billion dinars on health services for Syrians. At the same time, the UNHCR, which had supported Jordan in paying Syrian refugees' medical costs, was struggling under economic pressure.!language=1 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: Twitter: LinkedIn: Instagram: Video on Demand: If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email:

Channel Title : SAMS USA

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Published Date : 2017-11-15T19:26:35.000Z

On November 15, 2017, SAMS officially opened the doors of its new Multi-Specialty Medical Center in Al-Zaatari Camp, Jordan. Now the camp's largest medical center, it will provide a vast range of specialties to some of the camp's 80,000 refugees. This overview video highlights the healthcare situation for Syrian refugees living in Jordan.


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