Around 5 million people are residing here in northwest Syria, in a closed area with limited resources. Among them, there are more than 1.5 million children, 189 thousand orphans, 36 thousand widows, and two million displaced people living in tents and suffering from absence of the minimum life necessities and health services. They mainly depend on humanitarian aid to meet their daily needs especially with the lack of job opportunities and their poor financial situation.
Through its medical projects spread in northern Syria, SEMA is working on providing various primary healthcare services to community residents, displaced people and the most vulnerable groups. Among these projects, there are 6 mobile clinics roams these areas and offer various free-of-charge medical services along with nutritional supplements for pregnant and lactating women as well as children. These clinics are accompanied by a community health team, a psychosocial support and a nutrition team
Through this campaign, SEMA aims at securing the needed fund that will contribute to expanding the medical coverage of these mobile clinics in Syria's northern region where displaced people reside, and it also aims at maintaining the provision of services as well as increasing the quality of the provided services. In addition, the purpose of this campaign is to establish a new mobile clinic, which would increase the number of reached beneficiaries with the free medical services.