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The parents of a Palestinian-Syrian child make an appeal to save his life

Published : 23-06-2018

The parents of a Palestinian-Syrian child make an appeal to save his life

The parents of Palestinian-Syrian child, “Mohammed Jedaan,” from Yarmouk camp have issued an appeal to the owners of living conscience, the humanitarian organizations, the Palestinian and Lebanese Red Crescent, the International Red Cross and the Palestinian Embassy in Beirut, in order to help them and save the life of their newborn son who suffers from the presence of water inside his lungs, and complains of difficulty breathing, which required him to be placed inside an incubator until the improvement of his health.

According to the family, the hospital asked them for $ 400 to keep their child in the incubator to continue treatment. The family suffers from severe humanitarian conditions and cannot afford the money.

In the meantime, the child’s father told the Action Group that his heart breaks when he helplessly sees his child in this case, unable to secure him even a medicine box. He added, “My situation is tightening, and the world is blackened before my eyes.” He noted that he was forced to launch this appeal after he failed to provide the costs of his son’s treatment.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7328

The parents of Palestinian-Syrian child, “Mohammed Jedaan,” from Yarmouk camp have issued an appeal to the owners of living conscience, the humanitarian organizations, the Palestinian and Lebanese Red Crescent, the International Red Cross and the Palestinian Embassy in Beirut, in order to help them and save the life of their newborn son who suffers from the presence of water inside his lungs, and complains of difficulty breathing, which required him to be placed inside an incubator until the improvement of his health.

According to the family, the hospital asked them for $ 400 to keep their child in the incubator to continue treatment. The family suffers from severe humanitarian conditions and cannot afford the money.

In the meantime, the child’s father told the Action Group that his heart breaks when he helplessly sees his child in this case, unable to secure him even a medicine box. He added, “My situation is tightening, and the world is blackened before my eyes.” He noted that he was forced to launch this appeal after he failed to provide the costs of his son’s treatment.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7328