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Situation reports on Al-Hol Camp, Al-Hasakeh

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Situation

  • The security situation within the camp is still considered unstable due to the stress caused by the deplorable living conditions experienced by inhabitants. However, during the reporting period, 126 people left the camp to the Manbij district in the Aleppo governorate.
  • 18 static medical points, 8 mobile teams, 3 delivery clinics, 2 leishmaniasis teams, 2 vaccination teams, 2 family well-being centres and 3 field hospitals are providing health services to the camp’s inhabitants in different sectors of the camp.
  • The Foreigners Annex is still suffering from a lack of full provision of health services, as only one static health point is operating outside the Annex.
  • The Water Sanitation And Hygiene (WASH) sector at WHO has conducted quality monitoring visits to different sectors to monitor and assess the water quality at the camp.
  • 12 medical points are reporting to the Early Warning, Alert and Response System. Reports show the most common morbidities are acute diarrhoea, influenza-like illnesses, severe acute malnutrition, typhoid, scabies and lice.
  • Five new tuberculosis cases were confirmed and one suspected typhoid fever case was detected, while no measles or acute flaccid paralysis cases have been reported.
  • Multi-specialized health officers from WHO country office have conducted various field missions to Al-Hol camp to assess and document WHO’s health intervention response in the camp.

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 12, 19 July–1 August 2019

Situation reports

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 11, 5–18 July 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 10, 22 June–4 July 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 9, 22 June–4 July 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 8, 25 May–7 June 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 7, 12–24 May 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 6, 26 April–11 May 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 5, 12–25 April 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 4, 29 March–11 April 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 3, 15–27 March 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 2, 25 February–14 March 2019

Al Hol Camp situation report, Issue 1, February 2019

EWARS bulletins

EWARS Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin, 28 April–4 May 2019

EWARS Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin, 21–27 April 2019

EWARS Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin, 14–20 April 2019

EWARS Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin, 7 –13 April 2019

EWARS Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin, 31 March–6 April 2019

Key health-related statistics

Total population (000s)

24 422

Total health expenditure (% of general government expenditure)

4.8

Maternal mortality ratio (per 100 000 live births)

68

Primary health care centres and units (per 10 000 population)

0.8

Total life expectancy at birth (years)

63.8

Source: Framework for health information systems and core indicators for monitoring health situation and health system performance, 2018

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