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.

In 2019
Dramatic increase in number of war-wounded arriving to Ramtha hospital

Dramatic increase in Syrian patients wounded by barrel bombs at surgical project in northern Jordan

Press Release 9 Jul 2015

MSF scales up activities in Irbid due to increasing health needs of Syrian Refugees

Press Release 20 May 2015
Omar Al Balkhim, surviving the wounds of Syria

Gallery: Omar Al Balkhim, surviving the wounds of Syria

Voices from the Field 18 Mar 2015
New MSF Hospital in Amman

New home for MSF specialised reconstructive surgery project set for completion

Project Update 22 Dec 2014
Trauma Surgical Project in Jordan

A year of saving Syrian lives

Project Update 24 Nov 2014
Amman, Antibiotic resistance conference

Experts recommend steps to tackle growing antibiotic resistance

Project Update 3 Oct 2014
Maban, South Sudan
War and conflict

Where is everyone?

Report 6 Jul 2014
Amman Reconstructive Surgery Project

MSF Reconstructive Surgery Project in Amman Continues to Support Victims of Violence from Iraq

Project Update 29 Apr 2014
Emergency Trauma Surgery in Al Ramtha Governmental Hospital.

MSF treats hundreds of victims of civil war in emergency programme in Jordan

Project Update 10 Dec 2013