Syria: Bring Health Care to Syria’s Sick
CNEWA supports the Health Care program that provides access to medical care for thousands of sick and disadvantaged Syrians. The program provides beneficiaries with their required medications, especially chronic medications, access to hospitalization, treatments, tests, prosthesis, etc.
It covers the cost of drugs, hospitalization, and diagnostic tests for the most vulnerable residents. The program operates in Damascus and the surrounding areas, the North in Lattaquie, Tartous, and Aleppo, the West in Homs, and the South in Daraa and Soueidaa. The Health Care program directly supports 3,000 patients and prioritizes individuals experiencing extreme financial hardship.
Tens of thousands more in war-torn areas cannot get proper medical care. We are there standing with and responding to the needs of poor communities, especially the Christian community affirming human dignity inspiring and soaring hope among them. More vulnerable and sick persons who cannot afford the cost of medical services can be assisted with your generous support.