Health & Nutrition
Wars and disasters lead to numerous wounded people. However, the most dangerous effects resulting from wars are the plagues and contagious diseases widespread among vulnerable people due to overpopulation. Some groups like children, women, and especially pregnant women are the most exposed to this danger, which might lead to death. IHR provides diverse health care services including combating contagious diseases, providing free medicines, following up patients, and offer vaccinations. Additionally, the NGO works on establishing dispensaries in besieged areas and residential communities, and providing the dispensaries in the host communities with medical apparatuses and therapeutic supplies. This step improves the situation of vulnerable people from the host as well as emigrant communities
Buying two ambulances to support the medical sector
Location
Syria – Eastern Ghouta – Douma
Date
15/9/2015
Numbers of beneficiaries
All injured and patients inside Douma city

Due to the danger of bombing and the siege imposed on the eastern Ghouta specifically Douma city, and after increase in deaths and injured civilians numbers, and the lack of medical equipment, our team provided two fully-equipped ambulances to the united medical center of Douma. This project is part of the medical support initiative that is accomplishing huge tasks within the limitations inside the disaster areas.

Al-Waleed Hospital
Location
Alwaer besieged area – Homs
Date
From 1/5/2015 To 30/11/2015
Beneficiaries
8248 patient / monthly

The project aims at supporting Al-Waleed Hospital in all operational and medical expenses. it is the only operational hospital in providing surgeries, ambulances, maternal, orthopedic, child and others, in addition to 12 medical points distributed among different locations in the area to provide nutritional support to affected population.

Prepare a Surgery Room for Eyes
Location
Lebanon : Beqaa – Majdal Anjar
Date
1/4/2015 till now
Number of beneficiaries
25 surgery monthly

To prepare a surgery room for eyes and ears in Al Amal Medical Center in order to be able to do surgery for the Syrian Refugees in Aarsal free of charge.
Note that a microscope for eyes and ears was provided for the medical center in Aarsal in addition to a complete set of eyes’ lenses and ears’ patches.

Provide an ECO device
Location
Lebanon : Beqaa – Aarsal
Date
1/5/2015 till now
Number of beneficiaries
40 patients monthly
The project aims to improve the women’s and interior attack clinics in Al Amal Center to provide the refugees in Ersal with better medical services.
Dar AlIstishfaa - Recovery House
Location
Reef Al-Muhandiseen 2 – Little Orem – Aleppo
Date
From 1/4/2015 until now
Beneficiaries
200 patiant a month including in and out patiants

The project aims to follow up the treatment of cold cases, since June we managed the facility and established physical treatment department and coordinated with many actors keep the health services available.

'We Will Be Back" Medical clinic
Location
Lebanon – Northern Beqaa – Aarsal
Date
14/2/2015 till now
Number of beneficiaries
2,310 patients monthly distributed as follow:
(women: 1,300 – males: 695, children: 315)

Aarsal is a small town that currently holds the biggest gathering for the Syrian refugees. And this small town is facing major problems in many sectors like food, medical or population.
That’s why a project for establishing a medical clinic that contains different specialized clinics was a major need in the area to reduce the over load on the few medical centers in it.
This project was in partnership with Seraj foundation.
The clinic includes 5 different clinics
(dental 2 clinics – public health 1 clinic – family planning 1 clinic – ambulastory 1 clinic) and the clinic includes a pharmacy that provides the patients with free of charge medicines to complete their treatment.
Not to forget that 11 persons between medicals and administrative s are working in the clinic
(dentists 2 persons – dentists assistant 1 person – public health 1 doctor – public surgery 1 doctor – nurse 3 persons – driver 1 person – Janitor 1 person)

Support the refugees’ clinics in Lebanon

provide monthly payments for medicines for Syrian refugees who have been examined in the below mentioned clinics.
In addition to support some special or unique cases and that need different treatment as decided by the administration of the clinic

Geras Al Rahma clinic
Location
Lebanon – Beqaa – Majdal Anjar
Number of beneficiaries
6500 patient monthly
Al Amal medical center
Location
Lebanon : Beqaa – Aarsal
Number of beneficiaries
5000 patient monthly
Hayat Clinic
Location
Lebanon : Rashayya – Kfar Dinies village
Number of beneficiaries
1500 patient monthly