This year’s World Mental Health Day in Syria comes amid an escalation in bombing of civilians in the Aleppo and Idlib countryside, resulting in cases of panic and horror and a large displacement movement, and causing many psychological disorders among a large number of residents and displaced people fleeing the bombing.
The health sector seeks to improve access to primary and secondary health care services to its beneficiaries, raise awareness about diseases and prevent them, in addition to establishing and expanding specialized services, and contributing to the rehabilitation of cadres working in the field of health care, through medical centers, centers for prosthetic limbs, mobile clinics, in addition to a school Nursing and midwifery, which is concerned with increasing the medical staff capable of dealing with exceptional circumstances.
Health sector activities in Ataa
Life does not wait for us, and miracles will not come, life is harsh and we have to adapt to our new reality, with our hands we create our future and our happiness…
Ataa Center for Physiotherapy.. a medical edifice and a community pillar for people of determination
For the fifth year in a row, the Physical Therapy Center at Ataa Association continues to provide medical services, comprehensive rehabilitation and mental health services for patients with special needs, in the city of Reyhanli in the Turkish state of Hatay.
Young Ahmed Mohammed came to “Ataa Specialist Centre to rehabilitate spinal cord damage” in a terrible state, paralysed and dependent on people for all his private work, having fallen from the third floor while working with wood carpentry.
The Ataa Medical Clinic and its laboratory continue to provide medical care, medicines and analyzes to patients, in the Ataa residential complex located in the Atma area, north of Idlib, and the surrounding areas since 2016.