Our commitment to improving healthcare accessibility extended to our mobile clinic project in Syria. These fully equipped mobile clinics, staffed by trained healthcare professionals, brought essential medical services to conflict-affected and displaced communities. Over the course of a year, the mobile clinics reached more than 51,000 people, providing a wide range of services, from basic check-ups to emergency treatment and referrals to specialised care when necessary. This initiative had a profound impact on the overall health and well-being of communities in Syria, playing a vital role in restoring hope and stability to the region.

Our healthcare initiatives made a meaningful impact on the lives of thousands of individuals in Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor. Our involvement with the Raqqa Maternity and Paediatric Hospital dates back to July 2018.  The hospital provides emergency services, houses a laboratory for various tests, a mammography department, and an in-house pharmacy catering to inpatients. On average, the Raqqa Maternity and Paediatric Hospital serves approximately 200 women and children daily, facilitating around 400 natural deliveries and 180 C-sections each month.

We also manage the Shiheil Surgical Hospital in Deir ez-Zor, where we've been at the helm since December 2019. This facility is renowned for its round-the-clock emergency services, featuring two fully equipped operating theatres that perform over 7,000 surgical procedures annually. It also includes a maternity department and a primary healthcare unit. Shiheil Hospital has a dedicated COVID-19 department and has provided care to thousands of covid- 19 patients since November 2020.

It's important to mention that Deir ez-Zor is a particularly challenging area with limited NGO access, but Syria Relief has earned a solid reputation for effectively operating our programs in this demanding environment.




Among the most profoundly impacted by this conflict are children with special needs, particularly those residing in households that have seen a sharp decline in their living standards and economic stability. These families find themselves unable to meet the basic necessities of life, let alone cater to the unique needs of their family members with disabilities.

In Syria, our dedicated health and protection team operates within local communities, identifying cases of children facing either partial or complete hearing loss. Through our intervention, we have provided vital hearing aids to hundreds of children, facilitating their adaptation and integration into their communities. This not only opens doors for them to access education but also helps them surmount the challenges they encounter daily.