When we raised the slogan "We hold good for all," we took it upon ourselves to deliver medical services to the most marginalized and vulnerable groups of the society, particularly to the displaced community in the camps. Today we launch our campaign to support mobile health centers in northern Syria, and to continue providing flexible and accessible health services to the most vulnerable patients around the world.
For the 1.5 million displaced people in the camps of northern Syria, the mobile health centers are their only destination to receive health care, given the difficulty of movement and access to hospitals and health facilities. We launched two mobile health centers in northern Syria to secure health care for the disadvantaged groups, especially for the newly displaced people.
SEMA has two mobile center in northern Syria provided their health services to approximately 4,500 people every month, who could obtain the services near their places of living without having to endure the exhausting road and the transportation expenses to reach the fixed hospitals and health facilities. These centers consist of examination rooms for various specializations including gynecology, internal medicine, pediatrics, and dentistry, as well as a laboratory for tests.
Today we launch our campaign to support mobile health centers in northern Syria, and to continue providing flexible and accessible health services to the most vulnerable patients around the world. The importance of the mobile health centers in supporting war survivors manifests in the middle of the displacement movements to the border strip. Your support means a better life for these people although they live in the worst conditions in northern Syria.