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What is Happening?

Syrian Crisis, having started in March in 2011, has still been continuing. According to UNCHR report in 2016, more than 250 million Syrian died during this period. 6 million 200 thousands of people have been forced to migrate, and 5 million 600 thousands of people are in dire need of urgent humanitarian aid, 12 million 800 thousands of people needs instant medical assistance.

The current events and devastation in the region have imprisoned people to live under very difficult conditions. Having been forced to leave their places by either internal or external migrations, hundreds of thousands people struggles even to meet their basic needs.

What do We do?

Since the very first day of the crisis, Yeryüzü Doktorları has been providing health services to people affected with the support of donors and volunteers. Within the scope of these aid activities, firstly, in the Wadi Khaled region on the Syrian-Lebanese border, a Triage Centre has been founded. Volunteer Medical Teams have been sent to Tripoli. A blood bank and a laboratory have been established in Darul Shifa Hospital, which provides free services to Syrian refugees in Lebanon. By opening a pharmaceutical warehouse in Syria, some medicine, medical equipment and medical supplies consisting of first aid kits and surgical bags have been delivered. With the impact of the crisis on the Turkish borders, the efforts have been intensified in regions where the refugee camps are located in Turkey. In this context, primary healthcare and psychological support services have been provided for Syrian refugees.

As of 2018, we have been providing services by opening clinics in Azez and Afrin, where internal migration and population have increased but healthcare services have not been sufficient.

You can access the projects carried out during the Syrian Crisis below:

Afrin-Jandaris Refugee Health Clinic

In the district of Soran in Azez province, where has become a safe place after Euphrates Shield Operation and has almost 250 thousand population in the wake of internal migrations, it was decided to establish a health center providing maternal and child health along with primary health care services. After completing all the works, it has started to serve in July 2018.

In the fields of internal medicine, pediatrics and gynecology, 21, 270 examinations and 1, 814 treatments have been conducted and 83 birth have been delivered until March 2019.

Azez – Soran Maternal and Child Health Clinic has still been providing services at the polyclinics of internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, inpatient treatments and in its laboratory.

Azez – Soran Maternal and Child Health Clinic

In the district of Soran in Azez province, where has become a safe place after Euphrates Shield Operation and has almost 250 thousand population in the wake of internal migrations, it was decided to establish a health center providing maternal and child health along with primary health care services. After completing all the works, it has started to serve in July 2018.

In the fields of internal medicine, pediatrics and gynecology, 21, 270 examinations and 1, 814 treatments have been conducted and 83 birth have been delivered until March 2019.

Azez – Soran Maternal and Child Health Clinic has still been providing services at the polyclinics of internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, inpatient treatments and in its laboratory.

Refugee Health Training Centers Project

With the aim of providing integration between Syrian health workers and Turkish Healthcare System, Refugee Health Training Centers Project has been launched in January 2017 within the stakeholderships of Ministry of Health and World Health Organization. In this context of this project, it has been planned to provide employment of Syrian doctors and nurses in Refugee Health Centers by training them with a 6-week program towards Turkish Healthcare System in different provinces such as Hatay, Mersin, Ankara, İzmir, Şanlıurfa, Gaziantep and İstanbul.

In April 2018, project budget and objectives have been increased, and the duration has extended 2 years more. Yeryüzü Doktorları has still cooperating with the centers in İstanbul, Gaziantep and Şanlıurfa and supporting them in Psychosocial Support, Case Management, Wellness Incentive, Home Care and Logistics.

Outputs of Refugee Health Training Centers Project in 2018

SERVICES

NUMBERS OF BENEFICIARIES

Individual PSS Support Session

1.370

PSS Group Session

69

Home Visits

213

Casework

4.422

Referred Cases

1.822

Syria Ghouta Maternal and Child Health Nutrition Support Program

In Eastern Ghouta, which is one of the most affected areas from the war and conflicts, nursing or expectant mothers, infants and children between the ages of 3-5 were provided nutrition support on a monthly basis. Until November 2018, 21 thousand 555 children in total benefited from nutrition support. Since the people living in Eastern Ghouta evacuated from El-Bab and Afrin in 2018, this program ended in November 2018.

İstanbul Fatih Clinic

With the grant provided by EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (EU ECHO), a project was launched to provide Syrian refugees healthcare services in the Fatih Clinic of Bezmialem University, with the partnership of International Organization for Migration (IOM). In the project, laboratory services, medicine support and free examinations were provided in the branches of internal medicine, gynecology, pediatrics, family medicine and general surgery. During the years of 2015-2016-2017, Fatih Clinic provided healthcare services for 3 years, and 21 thousand 858 patients were treated in total. Also, 183 people were given psychosocial support. Fatih Clinic Project ended in 2017.

Eastern Aleppo Medicine, Hygiene Kit and Health Care Support

One of the most important cities of Syria, Aleppo started to be evacuated in December 2016. Yeryüzü Doktorları provided medicines, hygiene kits, health care support for the people evacuated from East Aleppo which was under siege.

Şırnak, Batman and Diyarbakır Health Stations

This project was started in November 2014 with a grant provided by EU ECHO and in association with MDM (Medicine du Monde) in order to provide primary healthcare services for Ezidis who had taken refuge to Şırnak Maden Camp. The project was expanded in May 2015 to include the cities of Batman and Diyarbakır, and four new health stations were opened, two of which were in Batman and the other two were in Diyarbakır. Within the scope of this project, the stations provided services throughout 2016, and the project was completed at the end of the year. In total, 81 thousand 742 examinations were conducted in these health stations since the beginning of the project.

Azez Haremeyn Camp Clinic

Having migrated to the Azez region from Aleppo corridor of Syria at the beginning of 2016, 50 thousand Syrian took refuge in 9 camps extending to Turkish border from Azez. A primary health care clinic was established in the Haremeyn camp, which had 10 thousand Syrian refugees and that is the most further from the border. The clinic, where 100 patients were daily examined by one doctor and one nurse, was closed due the camp was scattered due to safety issues as conflictions had reached so close to the camp.

Suriye Yamadı Hospital

Yamadı Hospital, which was established in Turkmen region to serve refugee Syrian having migrated from Latakia to the regions near Turkey border, was supplied medical equipment and its operating expenses were covered. This hospital was conducting approximately 3 thousand examinations and 70 surgeries monthly and it was the place to provide first assistance to the victims due to its location. Salaries of the doctors in the hospital was provided within the scope of “Syria Needs That Doctor” project, and hospital pharmacy was supported by medicine donations. However, rockets hit the hospital in March 2016 destroyed the building and the hospital had to be shut down.

Yayladağı Health Station

Hatay Yayladağı Health Station was established in December 2012 and continued to serve refugees until 2016.

The health station continued its services for 5 and-a-half days in a week with a team of 16 people including a gynecologist, a cardiologist, a physiotherapist, a pharmacist, a dentist, a laboratory, a pediatrician and two nurses in addition to two administrative and five assisting personnel. On daily basis, an average of 150 patients were examined and treated at the polyclinics of internal medicine, family medicine and dentistry, and also medicine support was also provided by the stations pharmacy.

Suruç Health Station

Following the heavy attacks on 19 September 2014 on the Syrian city of Kobani (Ayn al-Arab) and the surrounding villages, our volunteer medical team was sent to provide healthcare services to Kobani refugees in the district of Suruç in Şanlıurfa. Our team established a health station to help refugees staying in the temporary camp and surrounding villages. A total number of 25,000 examinations were carried out by 3 doctors and a pharmacist by the end of 2015.

Marmara-Aegean Refugee Health Project (MEMP)

Within the scope of the fund support provided by EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) and with the collaboration of Doctors of the World (Médecins du Monde), primary health care services and psychosocial support were provided to the refugees in İzmir and İstanbul. Examinations, nursing, pregnancy follow-ups, family planning, vaccination, psychosocial support and medicine supply were provided through the clinics established in Sultangazi, İstanbul in March 2016 and in Konak, İzmir in February 2016, and also through mobile health teams providing service in İzmir.

Psychosocial Support Projects

Having been supporting Syrian refugees with psychosocial services, Yeryüzü Doktorları recruits psychologists at the clinics opened with the aim of providing primary health care services, provides psychological support to people affected by traumatic experiences such as migration, crisis and so on.

Along with this, periodic studies have been carried out with adaptation projects in the schools, where Syrian children study, and with the pedagogical formation trainings for Syrian teachers.

Medicine and Equipment Supports

In Syria crisis, many hospitals and clinics within Syria and in regions where Syrians have migrated (Turkey, Lebanon) have been provided with medicine and equipment support. The sum of these supports have reached 8,476,466.65 TL in cash and 1,411,000.00 TL in kind.

Moreover, since an early response cannot reach to the victims of conflict, surgical bags for health workers and first aid kits for the public were prepared and distributed with the purpose of minimizing the number of people who have lost their lives or who have been disabled.

What can you do?

With little donations, you can lead to huge differences in the lives of people you have never known. Keep in mind that all the support until now have been provided with the strength coming from your goodness.