The SRTF has announced the successful delivery of essential medication to the Implementing Entity (IE) under its Health project “Rehabilitation of a Medical Facility and Support for Two Health Facilities in Northern Aleppo”. The medication, procured and delivered using an additional EUR 1.5 million allocated under the Emergency Response Plan (Phase II), will be distributed to three facilities originally supported by this project, as well as other healthcare facilities in the region that serve individuals affected by the earthquake.
This effort is part of a larger goal to improve access to essential health services at affordable prices for residents in the area, while also providing job opportunities for medical personnel. By increasing people’s access to healthcare, reducing the risk of further health complications and disease spread, and improving overall health and living conditions, this project aims to address some of the most pressing needs of those affected by the earthquake.
With a budget of EUR 3.3 million, this project will directly benefit approximately 60,000 patients through surgical and non-surgical services over an 18-month period, including a six-month post-implementation monitoring and evaluation phase. In addition, an estimated 335,000 individuals will benefit indirectly from improved health conditions in their communities. For more information on this project or the SRTF as a whole, please visit our website at