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Free Medical Campaign Launched South of Lebanon

Published : 19-04-2019

Free Medical Campaign Launched South of Lebanon

Lebanon Center for Volunteer Work – Lebanese-Emirati Mobile Clinics is about to embark on a free medical campaign on Sunday 21. Medical diagnosis will be provided to patients with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. Medicines are also slated to be handed over by the U.A.E. Red Crescent to child patients, women, and patients with cardio-vascular diseases. Palestinian refugees from Syria in Lebanon will reportedly benefit from the move.

The campaign is sponsored by the U.A.E. Embassy in Lebanon, in partnership with the Sidon Municipality, south of Lebanon.

In recent reports, AGPS said the number of Palestinians who fled war-torn Syria to Lebanon has dramatically shrunk back over the past few years, from over 31,000 to nearly 28,000.

The decrease has been attributed to the mistreatment and crackdowns perpetrated against the refugees in the Lebanese territories, where they have also been denied the right to legal visas, refugee documents, safe accommodation, basic services, relief assistance, free education and healthcare, and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8577

Lebanon Center for Volunteer Work – Lebanese-Emirati Mobile Clinics is about to embark on a free medical campaign on Sunday 21. Medical diagnosis will be provided to patients with diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. Medicines are also slated to be handed over by the U.A.E. Red Crescent to child patients, women, and patients with cardio-vascular diseases. Palestinian refugees from Syria in Lebanon will reportedly benefit from the move.

The campaign is sponsored by the U.A.E. Embassy in Lebanon, in partnership with the Sidon Municipality, south of Lebanon.

In recent reports, AGPS said the number of Palestinians who fled war-torn Syria to Lebanon has dramatically shrunk back over the past few years, from over 31,000 to nearly 28,000.

The decrease has been attributed to the mistreatment and crackdowns perpetrated against the refugees in the Lebanese territories, where they have also been denied the right to legal visas, refugee documents, safe accommodation, basic services, relief assistance, free education and healthcare, and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8577