|Author||Country||Summary of Findings|
|UNHCR ||Iraq||9% of all households had at least one member living with a disability; 99% reported this member had difficulties accessing services, 93% reported no assistance from an organization|
|Amnesty International ||Jordan||High level of mental health needs, also need to address vulnerable populations.|
|MSF ||Jordan||Thousands denied access to essential medical care – 75% are women and children.|
|MSF ||Jordan||Complicated war injuries persist, long wait lists.|
|MSF ||Jordan||Opening of a mother and child hospital to address gaps in maternal and newborn health.|
|MSF ||Jordan||Difficult and expensive to find treatment for chronic diseases for those living outside of camps.|
|UNHCR ||Jordan||Need for more female health workers, more reproductive health services for men, and more mental health support.|
|Amnesty International ||Lebanon||General lack of secondary and tertiary care. High treatment costs for cancer and NCDs.|
|ICRC ||Lebanon||Increase in the number of wounded patients and shelter priorities due to winter.|
|ICRC ||Lebanon||War-related surgery procedures are extremely prevalent.|
|UNHCR ||Lebanon||Chronic illnesses were the primary health need across all governorates; 16% could not access healthcare - 93% of those due to cost.|
|MSF ||Syria||Raqqa: Major difficulties obtaining urgent lifesaving medical care due to ongoing battles.|
|MSF ||Syria||Aleppo: Significant increases in the number of wounded patients.|
|MSF ||Syria||Low vaccination rates and potential measles outbreaks.|
|MSF ||Syria||Continued understaffing and funding of medical facilities; gaps in mental health, vaccines, chronic diseases, reproductive health, and secondary and tertiary care.|
|MSF ||Syria||Food shortages, lack of good nutrition. Accessibility to maternal hospitals is limited.|
|MSF ||Syria||Shortage of doctors in Aleppo due to targeted airstrikes.|
|MSF ||Syria||Many children currently unvaccinated, undocumented cases of measles, meningitis, and pneumonia.|
|UNICEF ||Syria||Among youth, there is a high prevalence of malnutrition and malnourishment, re-emergence of polio, severe psychological problems.|
|UNHCR ||Turkey, Jordan, and Iraq||
Iraq: Vaccination campaigns being provided.|
Jordan: Support of reproductive health services.
Turkey: Hygiene kits being delivered to communities.
|WHO ||Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey||
Iraq: Measles outbreak, upper respiratory tract infections.|
Jordan: War-related injuries.
Lebanon: Maternal and child health services as priority need amongst Syrian refugees in Lebanon, along with mental health and NCD services.
Syria: Vulnerable to infectious disease outbreaks, acute jaundice syndrome, and typhoid.
Turkey: CDs, vaccine-preventable diseases, and mental health
|WHO ||Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq||
Mental Health: 50% estimated to be in need of psychosocial support.|
Reproductive, maternal, and child health: Low use of antenatal care, high rates of caesarean sections.
NCDs: High prevalence in Syria and Jordan.
CDs: Outbreak due to migration.
Injuries also a high priority.