With the progress of the liberation campaign and the increase in the flow of displaced people from the city of Riqqa and overcrowding in the camp of Ain Issa and fear of the spread of diseases inside the camp and the main reason for the lack of children receive any vaccine during the rule of ISIS for city of Al-Raqqa.
The Ain Issa camp administration and the cooperation with the Council of Civil Defense and the Kurdish Red Crescent and with the help of MSF Dutch conducted a periodic vaccine inside the camp by a group of trained and competent children’s vaccine.
The campaign includes two fixed groups within the camp and one in the villages The campaign includes vaccines: a five-type vaccine, a measles vaccine, a tuberculosis vaccine, a quaternary liver vaccine and a measles vaccine.
The number of children receiving vaccinations is estimated at 8,000 children both inside and outside the camp.
The campaign was welcomed and responded by civilians who were suffering from a lack of vaccine for their children under the rule of ISIS who fought them and fought even their children and prevented them from vaccinations.