Many refugees arrive in Lebanon and other Middle Eastern countries with serious medical issues. Refugees suffer with pre-existing conditions such as cancer, heart disease, thyroid disease, and many other chronic conditions creating a need for surgeries, hospitalizations, treatments, and prescriptions. Treatment needs are ongoing for viruses, infections, influenza, and other diseases.
The list of medical needs grows daily
Meet Alina Odai Najeeb Yousifmho
Alina is a sweet 3 year old girl who will be turning 4 on February 28! Alina and her family, who are Syriac Catholics, fled from Iraq.
Alina has been diagnosed with Epilepsy, Heart Disease, Growth Disorder.
Her monthly medicines cost $560
Hoda Boulos Al Dahhan is a widow struggling with heart disease and is caring for two grandsons with epilepsy, Christopher (13) and Stiro (8).
Their monthly medication costs are$90.
Juliana, a 30 year old mother of two children, suffers with epilepsy and
and there is a gallbladder node which needs immediate surgery and that will cost $900.
Her monthly medication costs $110,
Nakiya Mansour Mikhael is a 58 year old is a Syriac Catholic from Iraq, who is suffering with Colon Cancer.
Nakiya’s unpaid medical bills for surgery, radiology, lab work, exams, and hospital stay total $21,887
Two hospitals working with the Mission of Hope and Charity are providing treatment at a reduced cost for many refugees.
There is an unpaid balance which needs to be cleared. $40,000
Will you provide medical care for Alina, Hoda, Christopher, Stiro, Juliana, Nakiya and many more refugees in need?
These refugees are living with Lebanese Christians, not in refugee camps and are not receiving medical assistance through the UNHCR.