Syria Emergency Campaign


Aerial bombing has devastated regions of Syria

Russian bombing in Syria has caused widespread civilian casualties and hospitals are struggling to cope with the rise in admissions.


people served


health workers trained

39,083 +

patients to date benefitted from the
two oxygen generators constructed
by MedGlobal

10,500 +

patients per month receive
free health care


Russian bombing in Syria has caused widespread civilian casualties and hospitals are struggling to cope with the rise in admissions.

MedGlobal’s team is on the ground right now, responding to urgent calls of medical support through its hospital, mobile teams and intensive care units in the targeted areas.

Regions being targeted are Jisr-Shugur, Jabel Arbein, Ariha, and Idlib, causing widespread devastation. Due to the high number of civilian casualties, hospitals are issuing urgent appeals for support and blood donations to aid the injured.

Your support is urgently needed to support and protect innocent Syrians.





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MedGlobal in Syria

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely overwhelmed hospitals and health facilities in Syria, and local doctors describe being forced to turn COVID-19 patients away. In response, MedGlobal worked with Rahma Worldwide and Violet Organization to build two major oxygen generator stations in northwest Syria in 2020 that continue to supply health facilities and COVID-19 treatment centers with critical medical oxygen.

MedGlobal has also provided health facilities and isolation centers in the northwest with critical supplies and PPE, as well as supported families in the Atmeh IDP camp with hygiene kits and health services.

During 2022, MedGlobal has run four Primary Health Care Centers and provided essential health services with a range of care that also included reproductive health, gender-based violence and a network of community health workers.

Our efforts have included building a network of 26 community health workers and training them on malnutrition screening, referral, and follow-up, IPC of COVID-19, and reproductive health awareness sessions. Furthermore, MedGlobal’s four home healthcare teams provide health services to the elderly, disabilities, and injuries and non-communicable diseases in remote areas.

MedGlobal also supported the first mental health hospital of its kind in Azaz, helping them to launch the first mobile health team in Syria. As well as providing support to a vaccination center in Jisr Al-Shughour and essential medical equipment to Darkush hospital, furthering our efforts to strengthen the healthcare system in Syria.
More details of our work in Syria can be found at However, it’s donations like yours that make it all possible, that allow us to continue this essential work and provide life-changing, life-saving aid to the people of Syria. With our help, theirs is a struggle that no longer needs to continue.

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