UOSSM has been working hard with many projects and activities, with the focus of rebuilding and sustaining healthcare services throughout Syria, and in neighboring countries. These projects include training and strengthening existing systems and rebuilding destroyed ones.
UOSSM USA also hosted an event in the Interaction Forum 2017, “Re-envisioning Partnership in Humanitarian Response", with other NGO's. Dr. Mahmoud Hariri, research director of UOSSM, led the event. Dr. Hariri just completed a one-year year fellowship at Harvard University’s "Humanitarian Imitative through the Scholars at Risk program." His ultimate goal is to find ways to rejuvenate the health system by bringing in more students to study medicine. Please scroll below to read the full newsletter.Read more
UOSSM has been hard at work with many projects and activities, including chemical attack response training and other training to keep UOSSM staff at the highest levels providing the best quality care and services. We also supported hospitals throughout Syria, with medical supplies and medications. Please click to read the full newsletter.Read more
As the violence and attacks in Syria are escalating, and in response to the devastating chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Idib, UOSSM USA launched an emergency fundraising campaign to provide urgent care, relief, medications, and supplies in Syria to those who need it most. Please click here to read the full newsletter filled with UOSSM's activities for the month of March, along with how you can support our fundraising campaign.
Despite the relentless targeting of healthcare facilities, UOSSM continues to provide support to medical facilities throughout Syria, provide medical relief and care to those who need it most, and lead in many exciting new projects! UOSSM received an exciting award as well! Please click here to read the full newsletter for the month of February.
It was an especially heartbreaking month as tens of thousands residents of the besieged area of Aleppo were evacuated leaving them internally displaced, UOSSM took the leading role in the evacuation process, UOSSM USA launched an emergency fundraising campaign to help provide immediate care to those who need it the most. You can read all about UOSSM's activities and accomplishments by clicking here.
September was a sad month where UOSSM lost five medical staff as they were killed in the line of duty. But UOSSM moved forward and continued with many activities and projects. Don’t miss out on our September newsletter, which includes all of UOSSM’s activities and highlights during the month. Please click here to read the full newsletter.