International Medical Corps' Syrian Refugee Response (August 2013)

International Medical Corps Lebanon began providing services for Syrian refugees in September 2011 in North Lebanon. Since then, International Medical Corps has scaled up considerably, both geographically and in terms of types of services offered.
In August, International Medical Corps:

mobilized a mobile medical unit for the Masnaa border crossing
provided ToT training for 54 Syrian refugee women on health-related topics
supported over 14,000 primary health care (PHC) consultations
admitted 2,600 patients for hospitalization 
completed two mental health GAP refresher trainings for 24 PHC service providers
supported 11 case management teams who provided 3,300 case management consultations

International Medical Corps
Publishing Date: 
Thursday, 19 September 2013
Resource Type: 
Activity Reports