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dc.contributor.authorMalaeb, Rami
dc.contributor.authorLenglet, Annick
dc.contributor.authorLanglois, Celine
dc.contributor.authorWhite, Kate
dc.contributor.authorHussein, Shajib
dc.contributor.authorde Boever, Rieneke
dc.contributor.authorOnus, Robert
dc.contributor.authorDesoulieres, Sophie
dc.date.accessioned2018-07-26T15:01:49Z
dc.date.available2018-07-26T15:01:49Z
dc.date.issued2018-07
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10144/619214
dc.descriptionResearch Protocolen
dc.description.abstractAims and objectives 2.1. Primary objective To estimate the prevalence of current illnesses (self-reported), vaccination coverage, and mental health distress related symptoms in the IDP population in order to obtain a baseline that can guide MSF response activities in Raqqa as well as in Tal Abyad and Manbij districts. 2.2. Secondary objectives 1) To estimate the vaccination coverage for key vaccine preventable diseases in children aged 6-59 months among the new IDP population; 2) To describe the demographic characteristics of the IDP population; 3) To describe the displacement routes and experiences of the IDP population; 4) To estimate the prevalence of self-reported morbidities in the previous two weeks; 5) To estimate the global acute malnutrition (GAM) rate of in children aged 6-59 months and pregnant women; 6) To estimate the prevalence of self-reported major chronic diseases; 7) To estimate the prevalence of symptoms commonly associated with mental health distress; 8) To estimate the prevalence of conflict-related violence/trauma experienced during the recall period (365 days); 9) To estimate the retrospective mortality since the beginning of Ar-Raqqa offensive in northern Syria (12 June 2016); 10) To gain more understanding related to the concerns, challenges and priority needs of the IDPs in the community.
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dc.subjecthealth statusen
dc.subjectIDPen
dc.subjectinternally displaced populationen
dc.subjectTal Abyaden
dc.subjectManbijen
dc.subjectSyriaen
dc.titleUnderstanding the health status and humanitarian impact of the recent events in the internally displaced population (IDPs) in Tal Abyad and Manbij districts, northern Syria, 2017en
dc.typeOtheren
dc.contributor.departmentMSF-OCAen
refterms.dateFOA2019-02-21T13:49:31Z
html.description.abstractAims and objectives 2.1. Primary objective To estimate the prevalence of current illnesses (self-reported), vaccination coverage, and mental health distress related symptoms in the IDP population in order to obtain a baseline that can guide MSF response activities in Raqqa as well as in Tal Abyad and Manbij districts. 2.2. Secondary objectives 1) To estimate the vaccination coverage for key vaccine preventable diseases in children aged 6-59 months among the new IDP population; 2) To describe the demographic characteristics of the IDP population; 3) To describe the displacement routes and experiences of the IDP population; 4) To estimate the prevalence of self-reported morbidities in the previous two weeks; 5) To estimate the global acute malnutrition (GAM) rate of in children aged 6-59 months and pregnant women; 6) To estimate the prevalence of self-reported major chronic diseases; 7) To estimate the prevalence of symptoms commonly associated with mental health distress; 8) To estimate the prevalence of conflict-related violence/trauma experienced during the recall period (365 days); 9) To estimate the retrospective mortality since the beginning of Ar-Raqqa offensive in northern Syria (12 June 2016); 10) To gain more understanding related to the concerns, challenges and priority needs of the IDPs in the community.


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