During the period 16 – 31 July:
26 904 health services were provided in #Damascus and Rural Damascus, #Daraa, #Homs and #Aleppo.
603 lifesaving and life-sustaining health services, 5 142 MHPSS services and 423 trauma care services were supported on a referral basis.
More than 25 000 treatments of different types of medicine were distributed to public hospitals across the country. Meanwhile 100 oxygen cylinders were delivered to #Tartous to enhance the capacity of public health facilities to respond to emergencies in a timely and appropriate manner.
(WHO) dispatched 39 344 tons of medical, lab, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and ICT supplies, kits, equipment, as well as haemodialysis sessions to six governorates to facilitate 79 934 treatments.
Recipients included six MoH facilities, six MoHE hospitals, NGOs &
Syrian Arab Red Crescent
✅3 762 beneficiaries received medical consultations, of which 149 were secondary, 155 for trauma and 521 were MHPSS services to people suffering from psychological distress and domestic violence in the north and east of Rural Homs.
Read the full BiWeekly Report Issue 14 for the period 16 – 31 July 2021 here