Dawn Of Recovery
Jordan has registered over 650,000 Syrian refugees since 2011, according to the UNHCR. Lack of proper legal documentation, financial constraints and border closures mean that their access to healthcare is extremely limited.

We are the main reproductive healthcare provider for Syrian refugees in Irbid governorate, northwest Jordan. Our team assists deliveries, admits newborn babies to the intensive care unit and carries out antenatal consultations.

We also work with the health ministry to provide emergency surgical and post-operative care to war-wounded Syrians at Ramtha hospital.

The Amman reconstructive surgery hospital treats war-wounded patients and indirect victims of violence from war-torn neighbouring countries. The hospital provides holistic care for patients requiring orthopaedic, reconstructive and maxillofacial surgery, including physiotherapy and mental health support.

 
Mental Health Session 2
Jordan

Mental health and the work of planting hope

Voices from the Field 17 Oct 2018
 
Bilal - Psychologist
Jordan

The less visible humanitarian crisis: Refugee mental health needs in urban Jordan

Voices from the Field 17 Oct 2018
 
Syrian Refugees Ramtha hospital Jordan
Jordan

Lack of patients forces closure of Ramtha surgical project

Project Update 11 Jun 2018
 
Emergency Trauma Surgery in Al Ramtha Governmental Hospital.
Jordan

Voices of Ramtha

Voices from the Field 11 Jun 2018
 
Diabetes Day - Syrian and Jordanian patients living with diabetes in Irbid
Jordan

Syrians’ access to medical care at risk

Press Release 22 Apr 2018
 
Dawn Of Recovery
Jordan

A decade of healing at MSF’s reconstructive surgery hospital

Project Update 20 Dec 2017
 
User fees - testimonies from CAR
Access to Healthcare

8 ways user fees for health are harmful to people

Project Update 11 Dec 2017
 
Fatima, from Dara'a, Syria
Syria

Syrian war wounded look forward to returning home

Voices from the Field 7 Sep 2017
 
10,000 Syrian babies born in Irbid clinic
Jordan

10,000 babies born as refugees

Project Update 4 Aug 2017