The Independent Doctors Association (IDA) has recently announced that it has received a shipment of medicines from the World Health Organization (WHO) to help with the earthquake relief efforts in northwestern Syria. The IDA, a partner of the WHO, will be responsible for distributing the medicines to local organizations in the region.
The earthquake, which hit northwestern Syria and Turkey on 06 February 2023, caused widespread damage and left many needing urgent medical assistance. The arrival of the WHO medicines is a welcome development for the IDA, which has worked tirelessly to provide medical aid to those affected by the earthquake.
The WHO’s support for the IDA’s relief efforts in northwestern Syria is part of its ongoing commitment to respond to global humanitarian crises. The organization has been working closely with local partners and health authorities to ensure that those affected by the earthquake receive the necessary medical assistance.
The arrival of the WHO medicines is a much-needed boost for the IDA and other local organizations involved in the earthquake relief efforts in northwestern Syria. With the support of the WHO and other international organizations, the IDA will continue to provide vital medical assistance to those in need in the region.