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Palestinian Newborn Needs Urgent Treatment in Lebanon

Published : 16-07-2019

Palestinian Newborn Needs Urgent Treatment in Lebanon

A displaced Palestinian family who fled Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Wadi AlZina, in Lebanon’s southern city of Sidon, have appealed to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations along with the Palestine Liberation Organization and humanitarian institutions to work on securing treatment fees for their premature newborn Lin Samer Abdul Al.

The family said medics at AlRa’i Hospital in Sidon urgently transferred their eight-month-old toddler to the neonatal intensive care unit where she has been lying in an infant incubator.

They added that UNRWA has shelled out 60% of the treatment fees, estimated at over $6,600. The father managed to secure another $1,500.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have sought shelter in Lebanon, where they have been subjected to a precarious legal status and dire socio-economic conditions owing to their lack of access to vital services, particularly health care.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8905

A displaced Palestinian family who fled Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Wadi AlZina, in Lebanon’s southern city of Sidon, have appealed to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations along with the Palestine Liberation Organization and humanitarian institutions to work on securing treatment fees for their premature newborn Lin Samer Abdul Al.

The family said medics at AlRa’i Hospital in Sidon urgently transferred their eight-month-old toddler to the neonatal intensive care unit where she has been lying in an infant incubator.

They added that UNRWA has shelled out 60% of the treatment fees, estimated at over $6,600. The father managed to secure another $1,500.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria have sought shelter in Lebanon, where they have been subjected to a precarious legal status and dire socio-economic conditions owing to their lack of access to vital services, particularly health care.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8905