Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees

by Project HOPE
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees
Help Provide Health Care for Syrian Refugees

Project Report | Oct 17, 2017
End of the Project Report

By Vanessa Uriarte | Manager, Institutional Giving

Project HOPE works with vulnerable groups with limited access to quality health care services around the world. Our response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis started in 2013 and since then we have provided more than $100 million of donated medicines, helping displaced children, women and men living in refugee camps.

Project HOPE has worked in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and partners in Macedonia to provide medicines and medical supplies to facilities and refugee camps. The project has provided quality medical care to refugees that are crossing through Macedonia.

The project supported refugees’ medical needs by building the skills of local health care workers and by providing quality primary care, medicines and supplies.

Project HOPE has delivered shipments of medical products and supplies to the Ministry of Health in Macedonia and it has provided medical services to the refugee populations in transit centers.

Medical volunteers provided quality primary medical care to thousands of refugees. Through our volunteer's support, over 9,000 patients received lifesaving care.

In the last few months, the support of medical services and medicines was put on hold as the number of refugees in the transit centers have significantly decreased. However, the government and Ministry of Health are preparing as they are expecting a new wave of migrants and refugees. Therefore, Project HOPE will work in collaboration with the government in the moment that is needed. We are on alert to continue the activities as soon as the need for Project HOPE’s health care services arises.

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Project HOPE

Location: Washington, DC - USA
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Twitter: @projecthopeorg
Project Leader:
Sarah Leonard
Millwood , VA United States

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