End-of-“supply chain”-course

End of “supply chain” course

End of “supply chain” course.. Yesterday in March 31, the training of “Medical supply chain management” have ended, as part of “Aleppo network” project, which had already held many other training courses supported by “Al-Ameen” for Humanitarian Support supports the work of medical personnel through this training project.

This course was held in the city of “Azaz” in the northern countryside of Aleppo, and the aim was to unify the protocol for managing medical warehouses and pharmacies according to modern standards approved by the world health organization “WHO”, with the aim of promoting medical and pharmaceutical work in the liberated areas in Syria. This training also targeted forty trainees, and by the end of “supply chain” course, another course on the same topic is scheduled to begin on the 4th of this month.

“Aleppo network” project is one of the projects which established by “Al-Ameen” in the northern countryside of Aleppo to train medical personnel in the region and raise their professional, scientific and operational level. The project has previously held several training courses in the city of Azaz during the past two months, including training of “Minimum standards for reproductive health services protocols”, and training of complaints management and beneficiaries’ satisfaction.

 

 

 
Susyan-Health-Center

Susyan Health Center

Susyan Health Center 

Al-Ameen for humanitarian support always aims to reach the most affected vulnerable groups, especially those in need of primary health care services, as it works to provide it to the beneficiaries in the northern and eastern countryside of Aleppo.

“Susyan Health Center” is located in Susyan district in the north of “Al-Bab” city, it is considered one of the vital centers that meet the needs of the beneficiaries there.

The number of beneficiaries from the services of the center reaches more than 3000 beneficiaries every month, and it provides 4700 medical services per month, and this center is intended for more than 11 villages and towns surrounding Susyan district such as “Hazwan” and “Al-Dana”, and other villages with a total population of about 50 thousand people.

The center provides first aid services and general clinics, in addition to the women’s clinic service, and the referral service that benefits patients who are referred to fully qualified medical centers.