INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT FOUNDATION COMES TO THOUSANDS OF IDPS HELP INSIDE SYRIA


International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) has been conducting the Project entitled Emergency Response to Medical and NFIs Needs of IDPs in Syria (Damascus, Homs, Aleppo). The Project is being implemeted between November 2014 and August 2015. Within the scope of the Project IBC has provided with monthly hygiene needs, winter stoves and 3 months diesel fuel for stoves to 2000 families. IBC damascus Office has been in charge of the distributions and initially 14 000 beneficiaries basic hygiene needs would be covered while since June target familiy number would be 5000 and the number of beneficaries is expected to arrive to 35000. Under the same Project, Gaziantep and Kilis Field Offices has been following the health component as supporting the basic needs and medical staff in 5 Primary Health Units (PHU) in Aleppo Governorate. Since January 2015, doctors, nurses and medical personnel in the PHUs in Azaz, Marea, Souran, Ihklas and Telfrat have been given monthly salaries so that it thas been expected to ameliorate the conditions or sustain the level of existing health care for approxiamately 100 000 patients up to now. Distributing and establishing water tanks and generators is also expected to improve the service quality in the PHUs.



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