WASH Archives - Ihsan Relief and Development

Health Awareness in Idlib and Azaz Camps: Preventing Chronic Diseases and Personal Hygiene

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More than 150,000 beneficiaries in 115 displacement camps in A’zaz and Idlib received awareness sessions on general health and the prevention of chronic diseases such as cholera. The sessions also aimed to educate the beneficiaries about the significance of maintaining personal hygiene, particularly in high-temperature conditions that pose an elevated risk of contracting infectious diseases.


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Installation of a Sanitary Sewer Network in Jabal Harim

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More than 10,800 people residing in 6 camps located in the Harem Mountain are benefiting from the sewage network extension project.

The project ensures a safe and clean environment free from the risk of diseases caused by water pollution, especially during the summer.


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Improving Water and Sanitation Services in Salqin Camps

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Within the 12 temporary shelters and camps in Salqin, over 11,500 individuals are benefiting from essential water and sanitation services. This includes the installation of water tanks, construction of toilet blocks, and the preparation of septic tanks to ensure proper wastewater management. These efforts aim to create a clean, healthy, and disease-free environment for the people in the area, promoting their well-being and overall quality of life.


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More than 115 thousand beneficiaries will be able to access clean water

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More than 115 thousand beneficiaries will be able to access clean water after completing the restoration of 9 high water tanks in Ariha, Salqin, Atarib and other areas affected by the recent earthquake in northwestern Syria.

Ihsan for Relief and Development, one of the Syrian Forum’s programs, works in cooperation with UNICEF to ensure people have sustainable access to clean water to maintain personal hygiene and reduce the risks of waterborne diseases.

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projects in WASH program, ‪#‎Ihsan‬ started the first phase in preparing an artesian well in Aleppo

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Civilians in ‪#‎Syria‬ are not only suffering from ‪#‎bombing‬, they are also suffering a drinking ‪#‎water‬ crisis and lack of alternatives.

It is an endless humanitarian crisis, the lack of the basic life requirements, such as food, drinking water, healthcare and education, and the growing problem of water scarcity and the difficulty to obtain it, all made civilians seek for alternatives to sustain life.

Within its series of projects in WASH program, ‪#‎Ihsan‬ for Relief and Development started the first phase in preparing an artesian well to provide a reliable clean source of drinking water to reach 4000 people in Babis, in rural Aleppo

‪#‎WASH‬ Program,installed three water stations in three areas in syria

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Many areas in ‪#‎Syria‬ are suffering from an acute shortage of ‪#‎water‬, as the result of expanding the besieged areas, an preventing water and electricity. The ‪#‎national‬ organizations have reported that there is about 70% of Syrians, currently are suffering from the shortage of drinkable water.

Within the ‪#‎WASH‬ Program, ‪#‎Ihsan‬ Institution for relief and development, has installed three water stations in three areas; Abyad –‪#‎Aleppo‬ Suburb and Sarmeen – ‪#‎Idleb‬ Suburb, in order to reduce our families suffering, and to provide drinkable water for those in need.