It is very inspiring for us to see the continued donations for the care of women, children and newborns in northern Syria, and to ensure that reproductive health continues to be good, whatever the circumstances.
As you know, the past month was not normal at all. It brought a lot of damage and destruction to almost everything in northern Syria, while women of childbearing age and newborns are the most vulnerable groups ever.
Thanks to your humanity and giving, we provided basic and emergency medical support to 918 women and children who delivered safely during last February.
Supporting this segment is a commitment to life in the face of continuous death..Your donations have given life to women and newborns. A word of thanks cannot be enough..May God reward you with all the best.
Your generosity has been a lifeline for hundreds of newborns in northern Syria, but the need for your support continues. We want to share with you the story of a mother whose joy was almost shattered.
After seven years of waiting, this mother finally gave birth to a precious baby boy. However, her happiness was short-lived when she discovered that her child was suffering from hypoxia due to the umbilical cord being wrapped around him.
Thanks to your past donations, SEMA was able to transfer the newborn immediately to the Intensive Care Unit at Al-Ikhaa Hospital, where our dedicated doctors started treating him right away. The mother's heart was filled with fear and anxiety, but SEMA doctors reassured her that her son was in good hands.
Today, we're happy to report that the baby is recovering well, and joy has returned to the mother's heart. Her gratitude for SEMA's help and your support knows no bounds.
Thanks to your support, Al-Ikhaa Hospital in northern Syria is now a safe haven for hundreds of newborns each month. The hospital has modernized and developed its departments, including introducing passive cooling tech for congenital hypoxia, leading to the saving of many newborns with brain damage. Your donations allowed us to expand the neonatal department and purchase intermediate and intensive care equipment, saving even more newborns.
Unfortunately, we now face a new challenge: a shortage of incubators for the increasing number of preterm infants. Every day, one or more newborns are at risk due to the lack of incubators. We desperately need more incubators to save these innocent lives.
Your support has already provided incubators for countless newborns, and let's keep working together to provide life-saving support.
Thank you for your continued inspiration.
We have exciting news to share from one of our SEMA hospitals in northern Syria. A new set of twins were born yesterday, bringing the total number of twins born this month to 4. This would not have been possible without your generous donations. A big thank you to all of our donors.
Abrar and Anhar, the new twins, have been sent home to their families who are incredibly grateful for your support.
Your contributions make it possible for us to cover birth expenses for hundreds of families every month, easing their financial burden. Last December, this hospital alone saw 150 natural and cesarean deliveries.
With your continued support, we can continue to assist the most vulnerable families in northern Syria and make childbirth more affordable for them.
A newborn's life is truly precious, especially for his parents. We and the families of hundreds of newborn babies in northern Syria are grateful to you for ensuring that newborns in northern Syria receive complete health care.
Thanks to your donations, we were able to provide safe birth for 1,371 newborns babies last December in SEMA hospitals, in addition to full care for 1,564 newborns in neonatal care wards.
Your donation has made a big difference in the lives of newborns and their families, and by continuing your support for us, we can help more families and save more babies in their first moments of life.
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