We need your support to maintain a healthy lifestyle for the war-affected women in Syria along with their newborn babies, so we can lessen the consequences of war and minimize the gap created after many reproductive health centers and hospitals became out of service. On the other hand, we would like to cross the bridge to the future with less diseases and with healthy generations that will enjoy good health to contribute to the reconstruction of the country.
At times of war, where millions of people become homeless, we strive to maintain the rights of every human being to access medical health care, with a special focus on women and children. The dilemma lurks in the difficulty of ensuring good reproductive health for women and newborns while their families' basic needs are not met. Your empathy and response will make a great difference and will support life against the machinery of death.
SEMA leads a project for maternity and children's healthcare in north of Syria comprising six specialized gynecology and obstetrics hospitals, pediatric units as well as medium care and intensive care units for the neonates.
We look forward to receiving your support, which will directly translate into reproductive health assistance for women, children, and newborn babies securing Cesarean and normal deliveries for them. Your support will go immediately to the reproductive health hospitals in Northwest Syrian that currently suffer from lack of funding.