MSF ends operation in north Jordan to ‘reorient priorities’

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Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has ended one of its largest medical operations designed to support Syrian refugees in northern Jordan after nine years, a statement from the organisation said on Monday. The international humanitarian organisation provided clinical assessments and post-operative care in refugee camps, as well as mobile clinics, in areas along Jordan’s northeastern border to help Syrians who fled across the border. The MSF chief in Jordan, David Cantero Perez, said the NGO has “reoriented our priorities” based on “improved access to chronic diseases treatment in Jordan”. “We’ve de…

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