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With the aim of strengthening preventive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, the team of the Syrian Association for Social Development, in cooperation with DoSAL, distributed hygiene kits at the Mawassem center in Daraa, within the GBV programme.

In the context of precautionary measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and with the aim of spreading community awareness about this epidemic and the need to follow preventive measures, the Syrian Society for Social Development team, in cooperation with U

In the context of precautionary measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, the team of the Syrian Association for Social Development distributed 70 hygiene kits at the Lam’et Dahab center in Zahira, Damascus, within the GBV programme.

Syrian Association for Social Development team in Hama Governorate contributed in a sterilization campaign to prevent the spread of the Corona pandemic, which included all offices of the Directorate of Social Affairs and Labor from inside and out and its corridors, in order to ensure the safety of workers in it.

In response to the national preventive measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Syrian Society for Social Development (SSSD) distributed hygiene kits for 70 women, as part of the Gender-Based Violence Program in Ammar Center, Harasta, Rural Damascus.

Beit Al Kel team (Al Qamishli) attached to the Syrian Society for Social Development in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees conducted disinfection works to Al Amal Care Center for Children with Special needs.

Following the national preventive measures aimed at liming the spread of COVID-19 and strengthening the national preparedness level, the Syrian Society for Social Development in cooperation with the United Nations high Commissioner for Refugees conducted a community- led initiative “Maintain Social Distancing” targeting public bakery ovens (Sett Zainab), at which low-income people stand in queues.<

In response to the national emergency measures against COVID-19 and to raise the awareness level about the importance of protecting all household (HH) members against the risks of this virus, the Syrian Society for Social Development conducted initiatives in two of its centers, Blas Center, Southern Suburbs of Aleppo Governorate and Beit Al’ailah Center, Sulaiman Al Halabi, Aleppo City.

In response to COVID-19 pandemic and to raise the awareness level of older persons against the virus, mitigate dangers, and strengthen their protection level, given the fact that they are most affected by the consequences of the virus.

Health Points

The Health Points Project aims to provide the following:

  • medical consultations
  • first aid and referrals
  • community-based health initiatives
  • health awareness sessions
  • networking with and referral to different health authorities
  • focus groups centered on detecting the community’s health problems and making surveys of the most common diseases.

Furthermore, SSSD currently has 5 functioning health points in Aleppo, Homs, Hama, Tartous and Hassakeh.


Regarding covid 19 response, the following has been implemented:

In the health point in Hassakeh, the SSSD team there participated in sterilization and awareness campaigns, which were carried out in in 30 official centers between hassakeh and Qamishli. Furthermore, the SSSD team there organized the lines at banks, disinfected the hands of pedestrians, and distributed gloves and face masks.

In the health point in Tartous, the SSSD team there participated in sterilization campaigns for government institutions and gathering areas. They also distributed brochures in public institutions.

In the health point in Hama, the SSSD team there participated in sterilization campaigns.

In the health points in Homs and Aleppo, online awareness campaigns were carried out.