Mazen Kherallah1, Kasturi Sen2, Tayeb Alhafez3,

1 University of North Dakota, Fargo, North Dakota, USA

2 Wolfson College (CR) University of Oxford, Oxford UK

3  Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, USA



The conflict in Syria has led to devastation of infrastructure, disruption of livelihoods, and the halting of essential services. This analysis examines measures for health equity in post conflict Syria and explores strategies to reduce barriers, empower the country’s once functioning public health and state organizations to strengthen capacity and reinstate core health and welfare functions.


Full article forthcoming.