Dary Human organization managed 135787 individuals in January through provision of comprehensive health services.
Dary Human Organization provided comprehensive health services to 135787 individuals at its Primary Health Care Centers (PHCCs), Medical Mobile Clinics (MMC), and Hospitals that are run by Dary in Mosul, Anbar, Baghdad and Diwaniya governorates during January 2020.
The number of visits to Dary’s PHCCs and clinics in Anbar, which is funded by WHO, are: 4029 people in Dary PHCC-1, 3632 people in Dary PHCC-2, 4327 people Dary PHCC-8, 2410 people Dary PHCC-4, meanwhile the MMCs which are serving four locations like Khalidya, Hit, Baghdadi, Furat, Aana, and Al-qa'im provided services for 14721 people.
The number of visits to Labor Room in Bakir subdistrict, which is funded by WHO increased to 3484 people which 31 of them was normal vaginal delivery, and Emergency Room in Anna area, funded by WHO, received 1578 people, meanwhile Emergency and ambulance unit in Tel Rumana in Qa'im served 3361 people with the fund from WHO.
In the Ninewa governorate, the PHCCs and Clinics served the local people through the projects that are funded by WHO. Dary PHCC-6 received 10710 people, Dary PHCC-9 received 3677 people, Dary Snuni PHCC received 11202 people, Dary (Sinjar) PHCC received 4938 people, and Dary’s MMCs served 45508 people, and the Emergency unit in Tel Mark in Zummar province served 2015 individuals.
The monthly statistics for the people visiting Al-Hamam Alil field hospital – ER, with the support by WHO, reached 1394 which 72 individuals underwent major operation while 64 minor operations. While, the number of visitors to the RH department of Al- Hamam Alil field hospital, with the support from UNFPA, reached 2356 people and 169 of them underwent C-section deliveries.
In the meantime, Al-Jumhouri Emergency hospital, with the support from WHO, served 11109 people, among them 791 people underwent major operations, and 276 people underwent minor operations. While in Batool Maternity hospital 3244 people were received, among them 347 people underwent normal delivery, and 347 people underwent C-section operations.
In the Dary’s charity clinic in Baghdad 1019 people were received, and Dary’s charity clinic in Diwaniya received 1073 poor and disabled people.