The Messenger (PBUH) said: “Be merciful to others and you will receive mercy. Forgive others and Allah will forgive you.” (Source - Ahmad)
3.1 million Syrians in northwest Syria need medical help, out of a total of 4.4 million people – that’s almost one in every three people in need of healthcare.
£10 – Provide a vulnerable Syrian with medical care at one of our two primary healthcare centres.
Help us to save lives in Syria by helping us to keep two critical primary healthcare centres open.
Struggling to afford food, displaced families can’t afford medical care
With your help, we want to support Mariam primary healthcare centre in Kefer Lusin, and Mashhad Ruhin healthcare centre. Three years ago, we raised funds to build these centres, but now we need your help to keep them open and running until the end of 2022.
Together, they serve a community of around 81,000 displaced people. Each month, we’ll perform 2,500 procedures at Mariam centre, and 6,050 at Mashhad Ruhin, though we expect those figures to increase each month.
What are primary healthcare centres
Millions of displaced people in northwest Syria need medical help, but as they also struggle with food security, clean water, and weather conditions in winter, many can’t afford the cost of healthcare, or the price of the journey getting there.
Out two primary healthcare centres provide critical and basic services in the heart of displacement camps completely free, allowing the most vulnerable people to access paediatric care, obstetric care, internal and general medicine, labs, malnutrition treatment, and medicines without having to travel long, costly, and unsafe distances to hospitals.
They truly save and prolong lives, while helping vulnerable people to live with more comfort and dignity, while reducing the worry and burden of health.
Our work in Syria
Human Appeal has been changing lives through our projects in Syria since 2013.
Last year, we helped 3,843,270 people across 20 countries, including 1,214,180 people in Syria. We’ve supported around 270,000 people at the hospital and its clinics in the last 5 years.
Your charity could truly save lives in Syria by providing critical healthcare to the most vulnerable people who would otherwise be unable to access medical care easily.