Aid agency calls for urgent upscaling of inadequate healthcare at refuge housing women and children displaced by fall of Isis

The number of children under five dying in the al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria has more than doubled since March, according to data from the International Rescue Committee.

Figures show that child mortality at the camp, which houses women and children displaced following the fall of Islamic State, rose from 142 deaths as of mid-March to 313 by the start of September.

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