Project Period: 1 April 2020 – 31 March 2023
Budget Spent (Allocated budget): 7,488,699 €
Through this GFFO-funded project, DDD continues to operate 3 clinics in Idlib, improving access to integrated
quality primary health care services (including SRH) to the primarily displaced people in the region.
By the end of March 2021, approximately 63,360 individuals benefited from health services in Idlib, of whom 61%
were women/girls and 39% were men/boys (38,437 and 24,923 respectively). A total of 85,276 PHC consultations
and 15,057 SRH consultations were provided to this target population.
As in all DDD services, this project also takes into consideration the fact that different groups, including women,
elderly and children, are affected differently by the humanitarian crisis in the region, and they face numerous
protection issues, including torture, famine and sexual abuse. To overcome these issues, DDD activities aim to
mainstream gender and protection, and identify the most vulnerable and enhance their access to healthcare
and protection services as victims of human rights violations.