Syria’s largest humanitarian need is access to quality healthcare. SRD strives to create a fundamental health system via our:
Community health programs.
Multilevel health network.
Continuum of care.
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UMR’s Education and Livelihood focuses on refugee socioeconomic integration into destination countries, through language training, income-generating vocational training, and psychosocial support; all of which are aimed at helping destabilized and impoverished households achieve socioeconomic self-reliance.
Part of UMR’s mission is to give children all over the world the opportunity for a better future. We believe that through food security, education, psycho-social support, and a strong community, vulnerable children have a better chance at THRIVING as they grow up
Your Zakat Saves Lives
Millions of displaced families and children in northwest Syria urgently need your Zakat. Through your Zakat, the poor and disabled will be cared for, children will be fed, and widows…
Syria Relief & Development strives to relieve suffering and plant the seeds of sustainable development through health programs that create a fundamental health system. Our healthcare system is driven by a comprehensive, preventative continuum of care, ensuring that patients receive services that address their physical and mental well-being.
With over 12.2 million people in need of health care in Syria, access to such services has never been more critical. The dangerous operational context of Syria—including attacks to health care facilities and health care workers — and increasing health needs of the population as a result of protracted crisis, and as of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic, means that services must address immediate and complex needs through integrated services across the health continuum.