SAMS operates 96 medical facilities throughout Syria, in addition to supporting health workers, providing aid and equipment, and spearheading an assortment of medical programs. Programs range from primary care to more specialized treatment in order to provide effective and needs-based healthcare in Syria. In 2014, SAMS programs in Syria treated 1.1 million direct beneficiaries, in addition to the countless indirect beneficiaries impacted through fuel provisions, physicians’ salaries and training, advocacy efforts, and more. Read full report here.

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