SEMA supports a wide network of primary health care facilities in north of Syria, applying the essential package of primary health care services, which covers the areas of: reproductive health, pediatrics, mental health and psychosocial support, communicable and non-communicable diseases, nutrition and vaccines.
SEMA provides primary health care services through supporting different levels of static and mobile primary health centers in the governorates of Idleb and Aleppo. These services are offered through 8 equipped health centers that have expert medical teams trained on clinical standards and protocols, as well as two primary health care centers in Lebanon and Iraq. In addition, SEMA supports three health isolation centers for dealing with cases infected with Coronavirus, and a dialysis center in rural Idleb.
SEMA also works on improving access to the health services by activating the referral systems between health centers and hospitals, as it operates 10 mobile clinics that roam around the scattered camps in the rural areas of Idleb and Aleppo aiming to provide primary health care services.