Medical facilities stretched to the limit

The waiting room of the Nahada primary health-care clinic in northern Lebanon’s Tripoli region is packed with patients, mostly from Syria. The NGO International Medical Corps (IMC) began supporting the clinic in May to help the increasing number of refugees in the region. But since then, the clinic’s caseload has increased by 400 per cent, and in May its doctors saw about 700 Syrian patients.

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