A Syrian refugee carries her child to the MSF medical clinic at the Domeez camp in northwest Iraqi Kurdistan, January 25, 2013. Approximately 32,000 people who have fled conflict and economic insecurity in Syria live in the camp. An average of 450 patients a day are seen at the 24-hour clinic, which is staffed by six doctors and ten nurses, all of whom are refugees. Common ailments include respiratory infections and diarrhea. Camp residents have been struck by outbreaks of hepatitis A and measles, which have been brought under control by MSF and the Iraqi Kurdish Department of Health.