Health Resources and Services Availability Monitoring System HeRAMS – Third Quarter, 2022 Report Türkiye Health Cluster for Northwest of Syria, Jul – Sep 2022 – Syrian Arab Republic
Health Resources and Services Availability Monitoring System (HeRAMS) is a health cluster standardized approach supported by a software-based platform that aims at strengthening the collection, collation, and analysis of information on the availability of health resources and services in the humanitarian context. It aims to address the needs/gaps expressed by the health cluster on coordination and management by providing timely, relevant, and reliable information.
HeRAMS provides a tool for assessing, monitoring, and processing a comprehensive set of available data collected at the health facility level. It covers; the geographical location of the HF, demographic data on catchment area, type, functionality, building type, inpatient capacity, managing, and supporting partners, health personnel, access and security, and health services provided at different levels of healthcare.
This report provides a summary of the analysis of the available health resources and services in northern Syria in the areas covered by Türkiye hub health cluster partners. The report is produced with the data provided mainly by Türkiye hub health cluster members and partners, which includes national and international non-governmental organizations.
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