AMAR DELIVERS PUBLIC AND PRIMARY HEALTHCARE SERVICES TO UNDER-SERVED POPULATIONS THROUGHOUT THE MIDDLE EAST, BUILDING ON EXISTING CAPACITY TO INSTILL LASTING AND SUSTAINABLE IMPROVEMENTS TO PUBLIC HEALTH.
WHY IS HEALTHCARE NEEDED?
Good public health is vital to the long-term development of any local community. Without this approach, social and economic development is restricted and human suffering continues unabated. This leads to reliance on international aid and assistance. AMAR delivers public and primary healthcare to populations in need in order to break this cycle and set the conditions for communities to flourish.
AMAR achieves this by working in partnership with existing state health services to improve and expand the skills and quality of existing healthcare provision, augmenting it where required and helping to raise standards to those set by the World Health Organisation. AMAR provides extensive training to local healthcare professionals and managers and provides the resources and knowledge base required to deliver lasting improvements to the quality of healthcare available.
AMAR does this without the use of any expensive Western personnel on the ground. Instead we make use of high quality in-country professionals who are able to not only deliver the required outcomes, but also make sure that any activity undertaken is both culturally appropriate and intimately connected to the community it serves.
TOTAL MEDICAL CONSULTATIONS BY AMAR STAFF SINCE 2005