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In countries such as Syria, donations can go a long way towards alleviating the effects of poverty and helping disadvantaged people in their time of need. Whether it is food packs or essential care packages, your generosity helps us to send vital aid to people in countries like Syria.
Without access to healthcare, people are far more at risk. Diseases, malnutrition, pregnancy – all can become incredibly dangerous without proper help and support.
In Syria, many people are fleeing the ongoing conflict, living their lives on the road as refugees attempting to escape the country. This means that they do not have access to any medical supplies, which for pregnant women and young children, in particular, can be especially harmful.
The hospitals and medical centres which do remain open are full to capacity, with patients in need of urgent care overflowing as healthcare professionals struggle to cope with the influx of patients and a severe shortage of essential medical supplies.
Here at Muslim Aid, we are dedicated to doing all that we can to improve the quality of life for the people of Syria; we are committed to easing their suffering and helping out wherever we can. We also recognise the importance of healthcare, realising how fortunate we are to have easy access to medical supplies and a world-class healthcare system.
Our Syria hospital appeal allows us to support a large hospital in northern Syria. This clinic sees over 14,000 patients pass through its doors every single month, causing an incredible strain on resources. In addition to the lack of medical supplies and qualified medical personnel, saving lives in a war zone only complicates things further.
This hospital is essential for the Syrian people, but things simply cannot continue at the current rate for much longer.
With your generous support, we can send much-needed aid to this hospital, supplying vital equipment, supplies, and staff to give hope to the people of Syria. Donations really can save lives - donate to Muslim Aid’s Syria hospital appeal today.