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Palestinian Refugees from Syria in Lebanon to Be Treated by Orthopedic Surgeons

Published : 12-04-2019

Palestinian Refugees from Syria in Lebanon to Be Treated by Orthopedic Surgeons

The Palestine Red Crescent Society in partnership with the Palestine Children Relief Fund (PCRF) announced the arrival of orthopedic surgeons to provide treatment for patients, including Palestinian refugees.

Patients aged below 16 years, regardless of their nationalities, will undergo medical checks at Safad Hospital in AlBadawi Camp, north of Lebanon, after filling in a form. Detailed medical diagnoses will be sent via emails to the concerned patients.

Following a comprehensive verification exercise of Palestine refugees from Syria in Lebanon, conducted in July and August 2018, UNRWA verified the physical presence of 29,145 refugees (8,741 families) in the country, who are eligible for the Agency’s emergency assistance. In 2019, it is expected that the country will host approximately 28,800 Palestinians from Syria (8,700 families).

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8549

The Palestine Red Crescent Society in partnership with the Palestine Children Relief Fund (PCRF) announced the arrival of orthopedic surgeons to provide treatment for patients, including Palestinian refugees.

Patients aged below 16 years, regardless of their nationalities, will undergo medical checks at Safad Hospital in AlBadawi Camp, north of Lebanon, after filling in a form. Detailed medical diagnoses will be sent via emails to the concerned patients.

Following a comprehensive verification exercise of Palestine refugees from Syria in Lebanon, conducted in July and August 2018, UNRWA verified the physical presence of 29,145 refugees (8,741 families) in the country, who are eligible for the Agency’s emergency assistance. In 2019, it is expected that the country will host approximately 28,800 Palestinians from Syria (8,700 families).

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8549