UNICEF supports people fleeing Baghuz to Al-Hol camp in Syria

40,000 people forced to flee homes in Hajin including Baghuz, making an arduous journey to Al- Hol camp, around 300 kilometers to the north.

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woman with children sitting on ground
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10 March 2019

As violence escalated in southeast Deir-ez-Zor, more than 40,000 people were forced to flee their homes in Hajin sub district including Baghuz village, making an arduous journey to Al- Hol camp, around 300 kilometers to the north. Al-Hol camp is now hosting over 56,000 people, mostly women and children, well beyond its capacity. A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.

UNICEF is providing much-needed health and nutrition services to people in Sewar through a mobile health clinic working 24/7, including routine and polio immunization and the provision of therapeutic and preventative nutritional supplements. UNICEF is also providing safe drinking water and hygiene items and has installed eight latrines and four water tanks.

women and children in front of mobile clinic
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UNICEF is providing much-needed health and nutrition services to people in Sewar through a mobile health clinic working 24/7, including routine and polio immunization and the provision of therapeutic and preventative nutritional supplements.
women with children waiting for medical exam
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UNICEF is providing much-needed health and nutrition services to people in Sewar through a mobile health clinic working 24/7, including routine and polio immunization and the provision of therapeutic and preventative nutritional supplements.
people in front of mobile clinic
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UNICEF is providing much-needed health and nutrition services to people in Sewar through a mobile health clinic working 24/7, including routine and polio immunization and the provision of therapeutic and preventative nutritional supplements.
women feeding a child
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
women and children sitting on ground
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
Women and children in the desert tired of the displacement run
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
health worker giving vaccine to a child
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UNICEF-supported health workers provide children at Sewat transit site with routine and polio immunization.
humanitarian worker checking sick woman
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
tiered woman after flee in desert
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
women and children in a truck after flee in desert
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A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.
tiered children after flee in desert
UNICEF/Syria2019/
A transit site, Sewar, has been set up on the way to Al-Hol to identify those in need of medical assistance to be transferred immediately to hospitals in Hassakeh. However, conditions at the site are very basic, adding to the vulnerability of children and their families. While the site is equipped with four large tents enough for 400 people, many are forced to sleep out in the open before they continue their journey to Al-Hol.