An SRTF-Supported Health Intervention Announces its Successful Closure in Deir-ez-Zor

Northeast Syria – Monday, 8 January 2024 – The SRTF announced the successful closure of its Health intervention: “Provision of Maternity and Paediatric Health Services at One Hospital in Deir-ez-Zor Governorate”.


Under this intervention, various health services including maternity, paediatric and internal medicine consultations, malnutrition screening, surgical services, radiology services, natural and caesarean deliveries, emergency care, gynaecological services and diagnostic services, were provided at one hospital.


Additionally, the hospital underwent full rehabilitation, medical and support staff were recruited, and medical and non-medical equipment, medication and consumables were procured and provided to facilitate operations. Furthermore, training sessions on medical waste management, trauma management, health awareness and infant and young child feeding (IYCF) were also provided to beneficiaries and relevant staff members throughout the intervention’s lifecycle.


With an amended budget of EUR 1.57 million, this intervention benefited 49,702 individuals over a period of nine months, which included three months for pre-implementation preparations. An additional 307,100 internally displaced people and host community members residing in the area benefited from the improved overall health conditions and access to health care services.



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Provision of Maternity and Paediatric Health Services at One Hospital in Deir ez-Zor Governorate


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