1 اآلثار الصحية للكارثة في سوريا The health effects of Syria disaster د. ماهر أبو ميالة الرابطة السورية للمواطنة بيروت نوفمبر 2016
2 Worst humanitarian crisis
3 Worst humanitarian crisis
4 8.7 million predicted to be displaced inside Syria in 2016
5 Serious dimensions of the disaster 8.7 million are food insecure Over 12,600,000 people in Syria require health assistance 13.5 million people (including 6 million children) are in need 70% of the population have no regular access to safe drinking water
6 POVERTY Live in poverty 85%
7 UN and partners support
9 Besieged and hard-to reach locations
10 Besieged locations
11 Hard-to-reach location
12 Health System Human Resources Health Service Delivery Leadership and Coordination Health Information Management Drugs and Medical Supplies Health Finance
13 Public Health Centers - Hospitals
14 Destruction of public health infrastructure In 2016, 15 public hospitals (out of 113) and 128 health centres (out of 1,786) are reported fully damaged, hindering health access to 3.5M people in need for health to be left-out with limited or no access to free primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare. In 2016, the partial damage of 37 public hospitals and 311 health centres has impacted about 8 M people in need for health with limited or no access to free primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare. Health centers and public hospitals in Aleppo, Al-Hassakeh, Rural Damascus, Dar a, Homs, Hama and Idleb are either hard-to-reach or inaccessible.
15 Health Human Resources Situation with available health human resources continues to exacerbate. Ar-Raqqa, Quneitra, Idleb, Dar a, Deir-ez-Zoir, As-Sweida, Al Hassakeh have the lowest percentage of medical doctors and medical staff.
17 Essential health services Hospitals 100% 90% 80% 35% 45% 70% 60% 65% 69% 79% 50% 40% 30% 65% 55% 20% 10% 35% 31% 21% 0% comprehensive emergency obstetric care management of children diseases cancer treatment services outpatient psychiatric care acute psychiatric inpatient units Available Unavailable
19 Essential Health Services / Topics in Emergency Control of Communicable Diseases Child Health Injuries Reproductive Health Mental Health Non- Communicable Diseases
20 Injuries - More than 11.5% of the country s population have been killed or injured 2,000,000 Injured 400,000 Killed A significant number of those injured who do not receive timely medical care will suffer lifelong disabilities.
21 Trauma Care Trauma interventions cover the needs for life-saving medicines, surgical supplies, trauma and burn kits and equipment, blood safety kits, spare parts for blood testing machines, manufacturing equipment and accessories for prosthetic devices, assistive devices, physical rehabilitation services and the need for strengthening the referral system by providing fully equipped ambulances, in addition to rehabilitating emergency departments and operating theaters in hospitals across Syria.
22 More than 70,000 fell victim to lack of adequate health services, medicine, especially for chronic diseases, lack of food, clean water, sanitation and proper housing.
23 Nutrition Over 3.1 million children under the age of five years old and pregnant and lactating women are at risk of malnutrition.
24 Child Health
25 IMMUNIZATION Children cannot be reached with vaccines. 33% Children can be reached with vaccines. 67% Children cannot be reached with vaccines. Children can be reached with vaccines.
26 Child Health According to UNICEF, 8.4 million children more than 80 percent of Syria s child population have been affected by the conflict, either in Syria or as refugees in neighboring countries. In 2015 alone, the agency documented nearly 1,500 grave violations against children. Growth monitoring counseling Nutrition assessment counseling Breastfeeding Complementary feeding Malnutrition prevention early detection treatment IMCI Early Child Development
27 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH A severe shortage in skilled-birth attendants, including obstetricians, means that there are major obstacles to providing care to an estimated women who are pregnant and need targeted support. BEmoc services are provided only through 17 centers at national level (i.e. only about 1% of all health centres),these centers has no night shift due to security concerns as all of these centers are based in rural areas, resulting in very limited number of services provided. Malnutrition Anemia Lack of perinatal care Family planning GBV
28 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Deliveries 70% 63% 60% 50% 40% 37% 30% 20% 10% 0% Caesarian sections Normal deliveries
29 Communicable Disease Lack of basic utility services including electricity, fuel, overcrowding, substandard housing, limited access to safe water and sanitation and varying degrees of access to primary healthcare services have increased the vulnerability to disease outbreaks such as diarrhoeal diseases, typhoid, hepatitis A, acute respiratory infections as well as other vaccinepreventable diseases. In 2016 different outbreaks have been reported through the EWARS*. These includes H1N1 (Aleppo, Ar-Raqqa and Idleb), Typhoid (Rural Damascus), Hepatitis A (Dar a), Diarrheal diseases (Damascus, Rural Damascus, Lattakia), Guillain-Barré Syndrome (Damascus, Rural Damascus, Lattakia) and Meningitis (a besieged area in Rural Damascus). *EWARS: The Early Warning Alert and Response System
30 Chronic Disease People with life-threatening chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney failure, asthma, epilepsy, cancer and cardiovascular illness are at an increased risk of dying or developing complications as access to life-saving medications and care is becoming more difficult. Number of patients with non-communicable diseases is steadily increasing across the country: 1.8 million consultations in 2016.
31 Mental Health Severe mental health conditions 1 Mild to moderate mental health condition Suffering Not Suffering Suffering Not Suffering The number of people seeking mental health care is increasing current estimates indicate 600,000 people are living with severe mental illness in the Syrian.
32 Mental Health There is an acute shortage in mental health professionals and mental health facilities in Syria. Only 10% of primary health care centres provide basic mental health services. The majority of people affected by emergencies in Syria do not have access to effective mental health care and psychosocial support, where even the pre-war mental health system was not community-based. Increase the number of health centers with integrated mental health services by training non-specialized health professionals using mhgap programme, Psychological First Aid guide, WHO guides to address health and mental health aspects of GBV, Self- Help plus programme and other community based psychological interventions.
33 MORTALITY RATE
34 The average life expectancy Has fallen by years
35 Protection of health care In 2016, there have been reports of more than 101 attacks on hospitals and health care centres across Syria. Attacks against health workers and facilities have been increasing, presenting one of the highest risk countries for health workers to work in. The Syrian Arab Republic had the most reported attacks on health care each year: twice as many attacks as any other country or territory in 2014 and nearly four times as many attacks in At least 640 health care workers have been killed since the crisis started, and medical facilities continue to be attacked
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