الصفحة الرئيسية / NEWS / التاريخ : 2018-08-25 / عدد المشاهدة : 170
Spread of diseases increases Refuges' suffering in Shahba camps

The suffering of refugees in  'Shahba' camps has increased, recently, due to the outbreak  of diseases such as diarrhea, tuberculosis, measles, and leishmaniasis, owing to the spread of swamps and lack of medicines shortage

Kamal Derbas, a member of the Kurdish Red Crescent administrative Commission, told Re FM, that the commission has three medical aid points in the camps of Shahba, that work hard day and night ,addition to some medical stuffs and a health education section for spreading awareness and protecting  the residents inside the camps from the widespread diseases and infectious ones in particular

 Derbas also pointed out that they follow preventive medical procedures in certain cases, explaining that they isolate infected with infectious diseases ( put them under quarantine), in order to limit the spread of the disease and prevent  healthy people from being infected, noting that they suffer from leishmaniasis drug shortage and are in need to medical personnel

Translated by: Hevin Osman
Re FM



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