Syrian refugees in Lebanon unable to afford medicine

At least 180,000 Syrian refugees suffer from a chronic disease, but struggle to pay for basic medical care.

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    The United Nations says funding to meet the healthcare needs of Syrian refugees in Lebanon is running dry.

    Non-profit organisations are trying to fill the gap but as donor fatigue sets in, the refugee population is growing more vulnerable by the day.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Bekaa Valley.


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