“My Lord, increase me in knowledge.” which is the prayer of the pious and the method of the reformers. We as a SEMA are inspired by the light of knowledge to meet the needs of our people’s health inside Syria, to compensate for the shortage of medical personnel, to support the medical and emergency education where it is impossible to reach our students to their universities because of the war.
Join us to support the Academy of Health Sciences in the north of Syriato continue its work as an internationally accredited medical education center and to meet the growing needs in the field of health in Syria.
The campaign aims to support medical education in Syria according to international standards, to provide curriculum plan for students who receive the appropriate education and training in two years, in addition to the establishment of training courses for a month on academic grounds, ensuring the graduation of paramedic academic staff. The Academy also provides accommodation, books, and transportation for students and all facilities to complete their academic studies free of charge.
The Academy’s continuous and distinguished works, standards and curriculum were rewarded in many international certificates and membership, notably the membership of the Health Simulation Society, the membership of the United Nations Academic Impact Program and the accreditation of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians “NAEMT”, and honorary membership of the Association of International Universities to Support Distance Education.
Your donation may contribute to a student’s dream of completing and continuing his education or improving the health, education and emergency services and saving the lives of civilians in Syria.
Aim of the project:
Providing a full educational grant to boost the labor markets with qualified graduates in the fields of emergency medicine, physiotherapy and nursing.
- Medical students who couldn’t complete their study because of the current conditions in Syria.
- High school students
- The graduates of Health Sciences colleges.
The project will sponsor 25 students to study in the academy (for 2 years) with the cost of $2000 per student, and the grant will include:
- The study costs, books and, studying materials
- Living costs in the student’s campus
- Monthly $25 financial assistance per student.
Contribute with us by supporting the campaign “Sponsor 25 Students” to improve the medical situation in north Syria.