This campaign aims to alleviate the suffering of the vulnerable patients in northwest Syria through sponsoring the costs of medical consultations and surgical operations.
With the ongoing war for its ninth year, and while hundreds of thousands of displaced people are residing in camps and other areas in northern Syria without medical services or an appropriate health system that ensures a decent life, supporting low-income and poor patients becomes a pressing need in order to treat them and alleviate their suffering, especially during the spread of diseases and pandemics.
According to a needs assessment conducted by SEMA in north of Syria at the beginning of 2020, and upon studying the average cost for surgeries in different surgical hospitals, it was found out that the cost is quite unaffordable for the residents and displaced civilians comparing it with their individual monthly income. This campaign will secure funds to sponsoring the costs of medical consultations and surgical operations for those people.
Through your support, we seek to secure the needed costs to sponsor 500 patients (250 surgeries and 250 C-sections for pregnant women) with an average cost of USD 150 per surgery. This cost will cover medical counselling services, performing of the surgery, and the medications that will be used during and after the surgery (analgesics, anesthetics, antibiotics and serums) along with the needed laboratory tests and radiography.