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From Al-Ameen to children of Gaza

In the last days of the month of goodness and mercy, and with the approaching of “Eid Al-Fitr” we look upon you with new smiles from “Gaza” Strip in Palestine with some of its wonderful children, as part of the group breakfast event organized by “Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support at “Al-Amal” institute for orphans in Gaza. This event accompanied with entertainment activities for children during the pre-Iftar period, with the aim of drawing a smile on the faces of children while bringing joy and happiness to their hearts in this holy month.

 

 
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humanitarian work and Adel

Many people live a very ordinary life of continuous routine and surrender to the constant pressures of life. However, few people are the ones who choose to deny themselves and devote their efforts to the benefit of others, in the interest of society, in the interest of man, and humanitarian work.

“Adel Jomaa Jawish” is a 30-years old young man from the town of “Qabasin” in the northern countryside of Aleppo. He was educated in its schools, then moved to Aleppo to complete his studies at the College of literature and human sciences, then specializes in studying philosophy and psychological and social issues.

With the escalation of humanitarian needs in Syria, both paths of Adel and humanitarian work were always accompanied, to end this noble endeavor to work with “Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support, specifically within the mobile clinic project of the health center in the city of “Al-Bab”, which serves most of the villages and countryside of the city in terms of medical, and in terms of societal and psychological health.

Within the story of Adel and humanitarian work, Adel says: “I have contributed to the humanitarian work from the side of psychosocial support with those in charge of medical and psychological projects to deliver our humanitarian message to the largest possible number of beneficiaries, and to be a partner in improving people’s life conditions, advancing and advancing society in all fields, treating and discussing Individual cases suffered by members of society as a result of stress and psychosocial crises”.

He ends his speech by saying: “Finally, I send my greeting to those in charge of the work of Al-Ameen, including supporters and administrators, for give me the opportunity to work with them, improve my skills and experiences, and deliver services to the largest possible number of beneficiaries”.

 

 
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Aleppo network project

The Aleppo network project is considered one of the most important projects which supported by “Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support in the northern Syria to enhance efficiency within health care systems and ensure the continuity of that care itself.

As the project aims to continue expanding the health care network in northern Syria and implementing the main recommendations from the world health organization to continue focusing on short-term stability, with the aim of improving health service delivery and building resilience in the medium term, by ensuring access to basic primary health care services, free specialized services, which will increase general equality in access to health care and ensure continuity of care while improving health status.

The project also aims to strengthen infection prevention and control screening within the health care network facilities in accordance with the recommendations of the specialized global task forces in this regard, in addition to building medium-term resilience, by raising the capacity of primary health care centers, enhancing the skills of health workers, and installing a solid mechanism to enhance the integration of services and decentralized coordination. In the long term, the Aleppo network project could serve as a platform to strengthen primary health care systems and expand coverage to achieve the goal of universal health coverage.

Components of the project

The project consists of three main tracks, the first of which is the provision of basic health care services to residents of localities, the second is to build the capacity of contracted service providers, and the third is to manage and monitor the project’s workflow itself.

The network will link and coordinate the operations of 21 facilities with different levels of complexity and capacities, and solve health problems, with the general objectives set to improve access, enhance efficiency within the network and ensure continuity of care, noting that the world health organization provides project coordination, technical support, and capacity building of partners, quality, implementation control and project evaluation for potential expansion.

Project focus area

The Aleppo network project covers the areas of “Azaz” and “Al-Bab” in the northern countryside of Aleppo, and it links and coordinates the operations of health facilities that provide primary health care services, different levels of complexity and capacities to solve health problems, within an estimated population of about 800000 people.

Availability of facilities around population size was analyzed using the world health organization monitoring system and resources, as well as the rapid health facility assessment launched in 2019 that collected critical elements indicating gaps in services across northern Syria, and this was useful for determining the arrangement of areas, where the coverage is required to be expanded.

Beneficiaries of the project

In general, the beneficiaries of Aleppo network project are internally displaced persons, individuals, and those affected by the conflict, in addition to primary health care centers and other facilities in the network, and the project will also enhance the capacity of the primary health care network to provide a package of basic health care services by raising the level of centers’ capacity and staff skills, health workers and managers to effectively manage the growing demand for health care and provide quality care during and after the crisis period.

In addition, local health authorities will benefit, as the project will help strengthen coordination with local health authorities and directorates, to organize and manage effective, well-targeted primary health care and mobile coverage along with coordination and care in the hospital and specialized services for the target population.

 

Necessity is the mother of all inventions - Faheem Naji

Necessity is the mother of all inventions – Faheem Naji

Faheem Naji understood the meaning of this saying very well and used it to change his life and the lives of those around him, as he started to make artificial limbs from simple materials such as tree branches and steel bars.

It all started when Mohammad’s leg was amputated after this was the only solution to the medical problems he had, he decided to follow his dream and obtained a scholarship from the International Cross to study artificial limbs in India, which is a five-year study field.

Now, Faheem is working at the IRVD center in Yemen and helps tens of people on a daily basis to restore their mobility and movement, in his words ‘More than 5000 people suffered from limbs amputation during the war, and we need to help them in all possible ways to prevent them from being desperate or having suicidal ideas as a result of their status, we should be the ones standing next to them because they deserve all the help an.