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The home-based care MSF provides in Burj al-Barajneh offers comfort and relief to patients such as Amina Hamadi, who has diabetes and was suffering from loneliness and depression. © Bruno De Cock/MSF
The home-based care MSF provides in Burj al-Barajneh, Lebanon, offers comfort and relief to patients such as Amina Hamadi, who has diabetes and was suffering from loneliness and depression. © Bruno De Cock/MSF

    As neighbouring conflicts continue to spiral, more than a quarter of Lebanon’s population is now made up of refugees, including over a million from Syria. This huge influx of people has put an immense strain on the country’s services.

    As neighbouring conflicts continue to spiral, more than a quarter of Lebanon’s population is now made up of refugees, including over a million from...

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