Healthcare scare: Lack of funding in Syria's rebel-held areas

How a group of doctors in Syria is trying to make up for the shortfall in desperately needed medical care.

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    Hospitals in rebel-held areas of northern Syria are struggling due to a lack of funds.

    International help has slowed because donors are wary of control by fighters linked to al-Qaeda.

    Despite that, a group of doctors has set up an umbrella health organisation to provide desperately needed care to millions of Syrians.

     

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Gaziantep in Turkey, near the Syrian border.


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