Supporting Health Services in the North Aleppo Countryside

In the northern Aleppo countryside, hospitals and health centres are unable to meet necessary requirements due to a 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 population movement from other areas in Syria has placed further pressure on the already fragile health infrastructure.


Against this backdrop, the project aims to support the implementing entity to enhance essential health services in the northern Aleppo countryside. The SRTF will realize this objective through the following activities:


  • Rehabilitation of three hospitals and health centres, including repairs of current damages, expansion of the Surgery, Outpatient, and Dialysis departments, as well as the expansion of the nursery ward and establishment of a Laboratory department.
  • Rehabilitation of two medical storage facilities, and three offices each equipped with laptops, printers, filing cabinets, desks, chairs, and office accessories. Cold chain equipment will also be included, in addition to two medium-sized transportation trucks, and one forklift with a 2-3-ton load capacity.
  • Rehabilitation of IE’s Headquarters, including the establishment of 10 offices equipped with office furniture, and establishment of two training halls equipped with office tools.
  • Establishment of ambulance maintenance and parking facility, including ten parking spaces for ambulances, and two offices equipped with laptops, printers, desks, chairs, and cabinets.
  • Rehabilitation of four available ambulances, comprising maintenance and provision of medical equipment.


Additionally, the project will procure the following:

  • Fixed Goods including medical equipment, medical storage facility equipment, Laboratory equipment, six ambulances & accessories
  • Procurement of consumable goods; medicines for health centres, Laboratory consumables for health centres, maintenance consumables for medical storage facility vehicles, maintenance consumables for ambulances, and fuel for ambulances.
  • Salary support to IE staff, medical storage facility staff, emergency department and ambulance staff, and health center staff.
  • Training for IE and its project staff in project management skills, data management skills, and clinical training for medical staff.


With a total budget of EUR 3.4 million, the project is due to complete its implementation within a period of 24 months.  By filling critical gaps in health infrastructure, this project is expected to impact an estimated 80,000 patients, indirectly benefiting over 400,000 people in the northern countryside of Aleppo.


For further information on the project, please see:

The SRTF Successfully Concludes a Health Project in Northern Aleppo Countryside

A Health Project in Aleppo Receives Ambulances Maintenance Equipment and Consumables

The SRTF Delivers an Oxygen Generator and 50 Cylinders to its Health Project in Aleppo

Opening Ceremony Held for an SRTF-Funded Hospital in Northern Aleppo

Health Directorate Building Opened by the SRTF in Northern Aleppo

The SRTF Delivers Medical Equipment and Transport Vehicles to Northern Aleppo

The SRTF Inaugurates a Health Center in Northern Aleppo

The SRTF Delivers Medicine and Photography Equipment to Northern Aleppo

The SRTF Delivers Three Forklifts to The Northern Countryside Of Aleppo

The SRTF Delivers Medical Equipment to Northern Aleppo

The Syria Recovery Trust Fund Delivers Medical Equipment and A Power Generator to the Northern Countryside of Aleppo

The SRTF Delivers a Large Batch of Laboratory Equipment and Consumables to Northern Aleppo Governorate

 The SRTF Delivers Six Ambulances and Medical Equipment to Northern Aleppo

The SRTF Approves a Euro 3.4 Million Health Project in Northern Aleppo Countryside

The SRTF Delivers an Oxygen Generator to a Hospital in Aleppo

The SRTF Successfully Concludes a Health Project in Northern Aleppo Countryside


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