Healthcare For Humanity

Healthcare For Humanity

Syria Relief was first set up in 2011 by a group of mostly Syrian medical professionals to provide the medical aid Syrians desperately need. We have been saving lives every day ever since.

3.5 billion people, over half of the globe, do not have access to health services and 800 million people spend 10% or more of their household budget on health expenses.

We believe everyone deserves access to medicine and healthcare facilities, and that if someone or their child is sick they shouldn’t fall into poverty to pay for it.

Don’t Hesitate,

OUR Health PROJECTS

Whether it’s emergency care, maternity, paediatrics, or regular medical care for chronic illnesses, vaccinations and mental health support, we ensure people get the life-saving support they need. We ensure affected communities have access to appropriate healthcare and strive to mitigate the impact of poverty on health.

In 2019 alone, we helped 379,423 people from our far-reaching health projects. 6771 benefitted from our mobile clinics which travelled to some of the hardest to reach areas of Syria. Our expert medical team also developed and taught Hostile Emergency Surgical Training to medical professionals on the ground in Syria and Turkey.

In Syria, our prosthetic limb clinic has assisted 1,000 beneficiaries. In Bangladesh 45,000 Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazaar received healthcare from our static healthcare centre.

Don’t Hesitate,

OUR Health PROJECTS

Whether it’s emergency care, maternity, paediatrics, or regular medical care for chronic illnesses, vaccinations and mental health support, we ensure people get the life-saving support they need. We ensure affected communities have access to appropriate healthcare and strive to mitigate the impact of poverty on health.

In 2019 alone, we helped 379,423 people from our far-reaching health projects. 6771 benefitted from our mobile clinics which travelled to some of the hardest to reach areas of Syria. Our expert medical team also developed and taught Hostile Emergency Surgical Training to medical professionals on the ground in Syria and Turkey.

In Syria, our prosthetic limb clinic has assisted 1,000 beneficiaries.

In Bangladesh 45,000 Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazaar received healthcare from our static healthcare centre.

Don’t Hesitate,

Our Work

Providing Health Care for those in need around the world.