Primary Health Centre

As the crisis deepened, and with the continuing destruction of health care infrastructure, we recognised the escalating need for providing primary health care services to displaced populations, as well as to their host communities.  Primary health care services are specifically high in demand in areas were healthcare facilities have been rapidly degraded or destroyed by the conflict.

We run five Primary Health Centres (PHCs) which are, in effect, large GP Surgeries providing medical care for chronic conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory illnesses, as well as treating common acute minor illnesses. Our PHCs also offer public health services such as vaccinations and health education.  Each PHC has a Nutrition Clinic, offering food supplements and advice to those suffering from malnutrition. In total, these Centres treat around 16,000 patients a month, completely free of charge.

We also run a number of mobile primary health care clinics that can reach remote areas where some displaced communities have settled, offering essential medical care, vaccination, health education and advice.

Health projects

National Syrian Project for Prosthetic Limbs

Syria Relief has been helping to run The National Syrian Project for Prosthetic Limbs (NSPPL) since early 2013, providing prosthetic limbs

Programme Areas

We provide healthcare, sponsor schools, support
orphans, provide water, food and tents, and more.

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We sponsor dozens of schools, educating more than 16,000 children.

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Food security

We deliver high-calorie, nutritionally balanced meals all over Syria.

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From emergency surgery to mental-health support, we’re helping thousands.

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Non food items

Our blankets, tents and heaters help keep people warm, dry and safe.

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Orphan support

We support 3,000 orphans across Syria, but many more need our help.

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Water & sanitation

We’ve provided access to clean water for more than 100,000 people to date.