For both Syria and its neighbours, realising universal health coverage will depend on the readiness of host country health systems and politicians to utilise Syrian human resources for health.
Against the background of ongoing conflict, a crumbling health system and widespread malnutrition, the ‘worst cholera outbreak in the world’ has now affected over half a million people
Even before the upsurge in violence access to healthcare in Yemen was limited especially in rural areas
Lebanon is currently hosting 1.5 million Syrian refugees, the highest number of refugees per capita in the world
Our health systems are constantly being challenged, pressured, and shaped by unexpected changes in health care demands and politics
Visiting Lebanon opened me to new ways of thinking and new ways of questioning