Palestinian Authority: Exile and suffering: Palestinian refugees in Lebanon: Health Professional Action
Around 300,000 Palestinian refugees reside in Lebanon. They are one of the world’s most long-established refugee populations and they remain in a form of limbo, subject to various restrictions in the host country Lebanon, where they are denied access to their full range of human rights. These include the guarantee of access to minimum essential levels of adequate health care, at the very least, for Palestinian refugees, both registered and non-ID without discrimination.
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