Doctors in Syria


Doctors in Syria


Relentless bombing campaigns, specifically the targeting of hospitals, have left doctors in Syria facing unimaginable situations.

As the conflict in Syria worsens, ordinary people are paying the highest price

The doctors in Syria are struggling to cope with innumerable casualties and deaths, made particularly difficult by the lack of medical resources available.
We are working closely alongside doctors working in dangerous parts of Syria. They are becoming the voice of the people by exposing the medical crisis there and providing regular live updates of the struggles faced by doctors in Syria.
With a network of private hospitals, health trusts, organisations and donors who have allowed us to purchase specialised equipment, we have now become one of the primary suppliers of surgical aid to our doctors on the ground. But the need is growing faster for more specialised equipment, life saving equipment that will save lives that are being needlessly lost without it. 
Our containers are now entirely filled with vital medical equipment but the need is so much greater than we could have ever anticipated. 
They are under more pressure now than they ever were. Now is the time to help and we really need your support. We have set up a fundraiser specifically for our work with the doctors in Syria and no matter how small your contribution is, it will help save innocent lives. 
With every penny raised, we are sending continual medical containers filled with items requested by doctors in freed Syria. In order for these hospitals to be able to continue saving lives, they desperately need your help.
Can you please help us to enable the doctors to save lives?


  • CAT Tourniquets

    £10 – £20

    Combat Application Tourniquets are one of the simplest ways to stem blood flow from a limb in an emergency and are a vital part of a doctors trauma kit.

  • Patient Monitors

    £150 – £200

    Essential for monitoring the vital signs of patients both during surgery and in trauma and recovery cases. Visual warning system of the patients well being

  • ECG Machines

    £150 – £250

    For monitoring cardiac activity and giving the doctors a full report on the condition of the patients heart.

  • Defibrillators

    £300 – £400

    Critical in an emergency situation when a patients heart has stopped beating.

  • Incubators

    £400 – £1500

    From simple special care baby incubators to the mobile transportation incubators that are a self contained and portable intensive care unit for premature babies.

  • Anaesthesia Workstations

    £1500 – £2000

    Complete unit that allows the doctors to administer general anaesthetics in a safe and controlled manner and maintain all the patients vital functions.

  • Ultrasound Machines

    £1500 – £6000

    Depending on the complexity of the machine, can be used for everything from obstetrics through to spotting vascular damage and blockages due to blast traumas.

  • Mobile X-Ray Room


    Due to the frequent evacuation of the hospitals, X-Ray units that are portable as opposed to fixed, are vitally important. Their portability allows them to be moved around the often very crowded emergency department.

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