Health

In light of the great success of Phase I of the same project, and in response to Ar-Raqqa residents’ need to secure a normal life after their return to their homes post the conflict, there was still an urgent need to reach more communities with access and improvements to water, sanitation, a...
Following the end of conflict, residents of Ar-Raqqa have increasingly started to return to their homes. The returnees face significant challenges as they seek to resume to normal life activities. Damage caused by the fighting remains widespread and basic services are unavailable or are extremely ...
In the northern Aleppo countryside, hospitals and health centres are unable to meet necessary requirements due to lack of equipment, supplies, medicines, and staff capacities.   Additionally, the growth of the area’s population and the arrival of newly displaced persons due to populat...
Before the outbreak of conflict in Syria, the mainstream health services were provided by the public sector. The private sector’s health services were supplementary to those of the public sector. Critical health services were centralized in Damascus and in the capital city of each governorat...


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