What We Do

SUPPORTING HOSPITALS AND MEDICAL STAFF INSIDE SYRIA

SUPPORTING POST-OPERATIONAL CENTERS INSIDE SYRIA

SUPPORTING PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM INSIDE SYRIA

PROTECTING CHILDREN AND WOMEN PSYCHO-SOCIALLY INSIDE SYRIA

QUALIFYING NEW MEDICAL STAFFS THROUGH SPECIALIZED MEDICAL TRAINING


 

* Medical consumables to 120+ field hospitals and 200+ medical points with total budget of  $ 8.000.000+.

* An average of 1200 operations monthly & 13% of the total number of operations done in Bab Al Hawa Hospital.

* Three Rehabilitation (Post-Operational) Centers inside and outside Syria

* 12 Primary Health Care Centers (PHC’s) in 8 different governorates across Syria.

* 400,000 consultations to about 300,000 patients in PHCs in 2015 until August.

* Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) centers in Syria, Turkey, and Lebanon. 

* MHPSS services for 50,000+  Syrian refugees and internally displaced peoples. 

* Specialized Medical Training Centers in Syria, Turkey, and Lebanon

* 8,000+ Medical staff Trained until October 2015

* 105 medical staff in a duration of two years will be qualified in a new institute project for midwifery and nursing in southern region inside syria


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    UOSSM launched the second HPF project in partnership with OCHA “Re- enablement of Syrian children with special needs and /or more significant psycho-social presentations”

     The onset of the current crisis resulted in the flight of many professionals and drained capacity in the field of MHPSS .There is almost complete lack of proper psychosocial service (mainly, in areas not under government control). According to studies, surveys and clinical experience on the ground, 30 to 35% of children require further assistant, psychosocial support and/or more specialist intervention. The project Objectives: -Provide individual and group psychosocial support, behavioral modification, counseling and more advanced management plan and case management for identified in camps and towns in Dana area, and Ma’aret alno’aman area – Idleb. - Provide services for children, with learning difficulties, speech difficulties, ADHD, motivational conduct and developmental disorders (autistic spectrum) Nocturnal enuresis and other general mental health difficulties like anxiety disorders and phobias. -Provide more specific management materials and psycho-education for parents and teachers of identified children. -Support relevant initiatives and consult and liaise with other NGOs. - Enhance protection, resilience, coping strategies and benefits of addressing mental health and psychosocial needs. - Advocate indiscriminate approach, equality and protection against gender based violence. Target groups:Internally displaced people, and host communities including :500 men , 1500 women , 7,000 boys , 7,000 girls.
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    UOSSM completed the third phase of the ambulatory program in Obstetrics and Gynecology

    The Union of Medical Care & Relief Organisations #UOSSM in partnership with Save the Children have completed the activities of the third training session of the ambulatory program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Bab Al-Hawa Training Center. This is the third session within a specialized program to train female medical staff under the specialists' supervision. This session, which lasted for three days, included 15 obstetricians out of the 28 obstetricians covering all of  non-government non-ISIS areas inside Syria,  while the previous two session trained a total of 53 obstetricians from different parts of Syria.  The training program was established after several previous rounds conducted by a team of trainers to obstetrics hospitals in the north of Syria to assess the actual needs and included in the training. 
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  • commented 2016-01-08 19:33:33 UTC
    Thank you for the work you do. Saw the piece today about Madera. It makes us so sad to see these children suffering. What can we do?

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