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  • Hyperinflation Creates Mass Starvation in Syria

    The price of a typical food basket in Syria has increased by 200% in the past six months, according to the World Food Program (WFP). Many grocers, shops and pharmacies have shut down as business owners cannot keep up with the changing prices. The UN estimates 11 million people were already in need of humanitarian assistance in Syria.
    June 30, 2020
    Hyperinflation Creates Mass Starvation in Syria
    Dallas, Texas- The price of a typical food basket in Syria has increased by 200% in the past six months, according to the World Food Program (WFP). Many grocers, shops and pharmacies have shut down as business owners cannot keep up with the changing prices. The UN estimates 11 million people were already in need of humanitarian assistance in Syria. According to a WFP survey in April, 9.3 million people had food insecurity, and 87 percent had no savings. Since the beginning of May, the value of the Syrian Pound has more than halved. The official rate has gone from 704 to 1,256 Syrian Pounds to one USD. The unofficial rate is currently 2,500 Syrian Pounds to one USD.
    The WFP estimates that 4.6 million children and breastfeeding mothers are in need of nutrition assistance with 3.7 million acute cases. It is feared that half a million children under five will suffer from stunting both physically and cognitively.
    UOSSM requests the international community immediately increase deliveries of food, fuel and essentials to Syria, and further assist vulnerable populations.
    Dr. Khaula Sawah, Vice President of UOSSM USA said, "We are deeply concerned for the health of millions throughout Syria. Years of unrest has decimated the health system and now millions are at risk for starvation. The massive rise in prices of food essentials is alarming. Many people cannot afford to feed their families based on salaries that remain the same despite inflation costs. This will lead to a rise in malnutrition and starvation and possibly even death. We call on the international community to take action to prevent the spread of starvation and save lives. "
    Syrian families struggling to survive.
    For Media Inquiries Please Contact:
    Najah Allouch:
    UOSSM USA Communications and Media Director
    Since 2012, UOSSM has been providing emergency medical relief and healthcare services to the Syrian people affected by the crisis, working primarily inside Syria and with Syrian refugees in Turkey.
    In 2018:
    • UOSSM provided almost 2.5 million medical services
    • UOSSM supported 14 primary health care centers and 13 mobile clinics
    • UOSSM provided over 162,000 beneficiaries with nutrition services focused on 
    • women and children
    • UOSSM provided nutrition services to over 162,000 people
    • UOSSM Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services provided care to 110,096  beneficiaries
    • UOSSM Bab Al Hawa Hospital provided health care services to over 1 million patients since establishment through the end of 2019
    Media Contact:
    Name: Najah Allouch
    Title: Communications and Media Director
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  • published December 2019 in NEWSLETTERS 2020-01-23 16:54:20 -0500

    December 2019

    UOSSM USA's latest news and updates!

    December 2019 Activities and Updates from UOSSM USA



    UOSSM Activities

    Humanitarian Situation Dire in Idlib as Bombardment Continues

    The humanitarian situation in northern Syria continues to deteriorate as the bombardment continues. At least 300,000 have been newly displaced from their homes with nowhere to go. Many of these families are living in unimaginable conditions, without even a tent to protect them from the brutal cold. Many of the displaced are children and women.

    Since April 2019 at least 68 medical facilities have been targeted and thousands of civilians have been killed and wounded. UOSSM is on the ground, responding to the crisis with increased mobile clinics. Please click the donate button to support the people of Syria with medical relief.

    UOSSM Launches Emergency Response for the Displaced in Idlib

    The continuous bombardment of areas in southern Idlib caused mass displacement as civilians flee to escape continuous air strikes and bombings. In response, UOSSM began providing medical care in 15 locations of the newly displaced via mobile clinics, mental health and community services teams.

    The Syrian NGO Alliance Launches “Winter is Coming” Campaign

    In early November, The Syrian NGO Alliance launched the “Winter is coming” campaign. The Syrian NGO Alliance, is a coalition of non-governmental Syrian organizations (including UOSSM). The campaign aims to protect the displaced in Syria from the adverse effects of winter.

    Impact Story-Successful Operation in UOSSM Bab Al-Hawa Hospital Ends Suffering of Young Man

    A young man suffered from pain for over 23 years due to a severe case of Trigeminal Neuralgia, causing the inability to speak or eat. After spending years under medication without improvement, the patient was admitted to UOSSM Bab Al-Hawa Hospital for treatment. The patient underwent an MRI and then a microscopic surgical procedure, where the cause for constant pain was discovered and corrected. The patient is no longer suffering. thanks to the skilled doctors that performed the surgery in Bab Al-Hawa Hospital.


    Did you know?

    Since 2012, UOSSM has been providing emergency medical relief and healthcare services to the Syrian people affected by the crisis, working primarily inside Syria and with Syrian refugees in Turkey.


    • In 2018, UOSSM provided almost 2.5 million medical services
    • In 2018, UOSSM supported 14 primary health care centers and 13 mobile clinics
    • UOSSM Bab Al Hawa Hospital provided health care services to almost 1 million patients since establishment
    • In 2018, UOSSM provided over 162,000 beneficiaries with nutrition services focused on  women and children
    • UOSSM Mental Health and Psychosocial Support provided care to 110,096  beneficiaries in 2018.


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  • BREAKING: UOSSM Ambulance Center and 3 More Facilities Hit By Airstrikes in Syria

    On July 10 at 9:40 am Damascus time, an airstrike hit a UOSSM ambulance center in Jisr Al Shughour, Idlib, Syria, causing material damage to the ambulances and facility. No injuries or casualties were reported.
    During the same attack, the Al Kelawai Hospital (partially supported by UOSSM) in Jisr Al Shughour was also hit by an airstrike and suffered material damage. Six civilians living near the facility were killed. Five staff (one anesthesiologist, three cleaning staff and one warehouse assistant) were injured with no staff casualties reported.
    At 9:40 am Damascus time, the Saraqeb Primary Healthcare Center in Idlib was hit by an airstrike. No injuries or casualties were reported. 
    The Maarat Al Nouman Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in Northern Syria was hit by aircraft guns and rockets. The facility is a major referral center for civilian victims during the current military offensive. The hospital had shared its coordinates with all military actors through the UN deconfliction channel. No injuries or casualties were reported. Please click here to read the full press release. 

  • BREAKING: Apocalyptic Scenario Beginning In Syria With 77 Killed; Over 150K Displaced

    In the past 72 hours there has been a surge in airstrikes, barrel bomb attacks and artillery strikes in Idlib and Hama, Syria. At least 77 civilians have been killed and over 150,000 IDPs displaced in the past seven days. Most cities in Northern Hama are almost completely evacuated. The areas are already over populated and lack in camps and housing for the newly displaced, leaving large numbers with no shelter, exposed to the elements. Please click here to read the full press release.

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  • published March 2019 in NEWSLETTERS 2019-04-24 12:07:31 -0400

    March 2019

    A young boy smiles again thanks to your support! Please scroll down to read the full March newsletter!

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  • published Smile :) in Home Feature 2019-04-19 18:32:45 -0400

    Smile :)

    Abdul Basset was embarrassed to smile. He would mostly eat tea and biscuits because his teeth hurt so much. Watch how #UOSSM helped treat this sweet boy and how he smiles again! ❤️

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  • published Donate 2019-04-15 12:40:40 -0400

  • published Judy: A Child from Ghouta in Stories from the Field 2018-12-25 18:19:31 -0500

    Judy: A Child from Ghouta


    Little Judy has known nothing but war all her life. She has survived the unimaginable. Judy is from Ghouta. An area in the Damascus countryside that beared the brunt of the brutal war in Syria for over five years. The area was under siege and continuous bombardment. Judy lived in Ghouta, spending months in underground shelters with terrible living conditions under fierce bombardment. She was exposed to explosives and two chlorine attacks. Ten days before her family was forcibly displaced, Judy became very ill; she had a terrible cough and high fever. She couldn't even eat anymore.

    Judy's family was displaced to Northern Syria doctors at the evacuation point referred her immediately to an area hospital. Her condition remained severe and doctors diagnosed her with an abscess in her lung. She was transferred to UOSSM Bab Al-Hawa Hospital where she had to have surgery in her chest. Judy received continuous care for over a month after the surgery and was finally given a clean bill of health. 


  • Violent Attacks Return in War-Torn Syria


    For months the situation was improving in Syria, as news of attacks and bloodshed was dramatically reduced. But for the past week the brutal violence has returned as hospitals, civil centers and civilian buildings were attacked, causing the death of at least two paramedics, with many others wounded. White Helmets workers were also injured as they were attempting to rescue wounded civilians. Please click here if you would like to read a detailed press release about the hospital attacks last week. 

  • donated 2019-12-27 11:38:30 -0500

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    Yet another hospital has been targeted and struck in Syria, this time on the Idleb-Latakia border. One  midwife was wounded and is in critical condition, while three staff and three patients sustained minor injuries.  The maternity wing is completely destroyed. Barnas Hospital provided care to over 25,000 and women, and there were approximately 145 deliveries per month. To read the full press release click here.



    One doctor has been confirmed dead and many medical staff and civilians injured in the latest string of targeted medical facilities. UOSSM USA strongly condemns the targeting of medical staff and facilities and call it a violation of international law.

    Click here to see the press release.

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