Provide life-saving medical care in Syria
“Whoever relieves the hardship of a believer in this world, Allah will relieve his hardship on the Day of Resurrection. Whoever helps ease one in difficulty, Allah will make it easy for him in this world and in the Hereafter.” (Muslim)
The war in Syria has decimated the entire medical infrastructure. Between 2011 and 2019 there were 492 attacks on healthcare facilities, and now Human Appeal's hospital, which is a lifeline for thousands of Syrian people, is under attack.
After tanks open fired on the facility, the hospital evacuated vulnerable patients and staff. Human Appeal strongly condemns this attack. We have been funding the hospital for the past five years, providing life-saving staff, training and medical equipment, and helping thousands of people.
All human beings have a right to access healthcare. 13.2 million people need health assistance in Syria right now but millions lack access to it. We desperately need your help now to save the Human Appeal hospital.
Help to provide life - saving medical care
Help us provide life-saving medical care to 38,000 at-risk Syrians in rural Aleppo for the next eight months. Our women and children’s hospital supports malnourishment, diseases, emergency obstetrics, paediatrics and gynaecology. It also provides critical care through the bitter winter months for people with pneumonia, respiratory infections and diarrhoea.
Your donations will also support a local primary healthcare centre and a mobile clinic, and allow us to employ 200 staff members in the hospital and clinic.
£10 provides life-saving aid to one person
£100 provides life-saving aid to ten people
£300 provides life-saving aid to thirty people
Our work so far
Last year, with your support we provided 16,500 medical procedures and delivered the latest training to eight midwives, nurses and technicians through the hospital. The hospital’s medical staff carried out 19,523 consultations on children, and 15,042 consultations on pregnant women and mothers. We also run a mobile healthcare facility from our hospital. In total, 43,456 people were helped through our healthcare support in western Aleppo last year.