Hemodialysis Services for dialysis patients - Physicians across continents

PAC Program Department
  • May 24, 2024


Syria, Aleppo




6 Months

Project Status


The Dialysis centres in Syria are at a breaking point, as they have been struggling since the beginning of the conflict to
keep delivering services to the most vulnerable categories with acute and chronic renal diseases incl. “Patients with EndStage Renal Disease (ESRD)


PC’a hemodialysis centre in Jarablus provides a lifesaving services to both acute and chronic renal diseases by conducting average of 259 sessions per month, 251 are under the routine dial program for ESRD, and 8 sessions per month for the urgent and acute renal failure cases. 

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Qualitative Services

The center, is planning to serve on average 43 patients with end stage renal disease ESRD, as well as 8 new patients monthly. The supported patients from this project are divided into Men, women, boys and girls. of them are IDPs and from host community
Target Beneficiary
+ 40
Location Covered
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Project Activities

Specialized and high-quality Dialysis services

  • What is the overall project objective?

    increase access to the specialized and high-quality Dialysis services to meet the specific needs of the affected people in the area

  • What are project's components?

    Provide regular sessions to the ESRD patients free-of charge hemodialysis service, as well as Support the centre with needed
    medical supplies to serve emergency and regular patients

  • What are the project's Services

    This Project provides the following services focused on dialysis for targeted beneficiaries.

    PAC dialysis centres will ensure safe and non-stigmatized access to;

    1. Running the hemodialysis machines during the project duration days.
    2. Support the centre with needed medical supplies and running costs to serve emergency and regular patients
    3. Provide hemodialysis sessions to the patients in the area,This service is formed through regular and emergency sessions according to specialized doctor instructions and consultations. 
  • What is the importance of the project?

    This project provides the running costs for the centre and keeps it functional 24/7. The dialysis centre is part of the referral plan in NWS and closely coordinates and collaborates with the health facilities in Jarablus area to refer cases that need Hemodialysis services as regular or emergency sessions.

  • How does the project integrate with other partners?

    PAC coordinates this project’s activities with Aleppo Health directorates and the local health authority in the target area, EWARN, WHO. The key humanitarian and health actors in the Gaziantep hub and Syria will be as stakeholders.
    PAC will apply special coordination with the Referral network in Aleppo Governorate. The proposed project is part of WHO supply-chain project for drugs and medical consumables.

  • How does this project enable equal and impartial access to vulnerable groups and people with specific needs?

    PAC  adhere to including SPHERE, IASC, GBV, and Child Protection standards in this project.

    The Global Protection Cluster guidance: prioritize safety and dignity and avoid causing harm; meaningful access; accountability to beneficiaries; and, participation and empowerment are the key elements of PAC safe programming and a key part of the project activities.

    PAC’s specialized protection mainstreaming officer is working closely with the project manager to ensure good protection mainstreaming activities in all projects.

Being demand-driven and beneficiary-cantered

PAC has a very rigid policy regarding accountability to the affected population. Part of these policies is interpreted through the multiple SOPs and HR contracts. Specific criteria are applied by the program's teams and monitored by the MEAL team throughout the project timeline. For this project, the accountability to the target population applied via multiple methods such as the complaints mechanisms, direct communication with beneficiaries, focus group discussions FGDs, and random household HHs visits.

PAC has a separate paragraph on PSEA in every employment contract which explains in detail the PSEA and GBV and the actions that will be taken against humanitarian workers who breach the rules and instructions. At the Türkiye level, the PAC's PSEA focal point regularly conducts an orientation session on PSEA and GBV for all PAC staff in Türkiye to ensure full awareness of PSEA and GBV concepts among PAC employees.

With specific attention dedicated to women, girls and boys representing 100% target of the beneficiaries especially for the nutrition-related activities and food dites

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