Dary Human Organization continued to provide its health services through its primary health care centers (PHCC) and mobile clinics in Nineveh and Anbar that are funded by the World Health Organization (WHO) and cooperation with the Ministry of Health. The total number of service beneficiaries was 22,886 people in November, including 6,047 children under the age of five, as well as referring 341 patients to hospitals by ambulances, varying between emergency cases, childbirth, and cold case referrals.
In Nineveh governorate, 15,274 people received health care, including the birth of 78 children in an emergency complex and a birth hall in Tal Marak in the Zummar district, and the same complex were visited by 7,236 beneficiaries to receive health services. The Dary PHCC 7 on Sinjar Mountain provided health services for 3,460 beneficiaries, and the Dary PHCC in Jadah camp for IDPs for 4,578 beneficiaries.
In Anbar governorate, the number of beneficiaries from Dary health services reached 7,612 people, including 2,595 people who received health services in the Dary PHCC in the Bzeibz camp and its surrounding areas, and 2,433 beneficiaries received health care in the Kilo 7 camp PHCC, and 2,584 people received the services of mobile health clinics in the areas of Habbaniya, Amriyat Fallujah, Kilo 18, Tash, Sikka and Humaira camps.
The free services of Dary Human Organization also included, in November, conducting 5,936 laboratory tests, ultrasound examinations for beneficiaries, vaccinating 1,276 children and women. And 4,081 people and the organization staff participated in health education seminars provided by doctors in the field of communicable and chronic diseases.
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