Qatar Charity has conducted surgical operations for Syrian children in Lebanon as part of its Arsal and Al Shamal relief campaign to ease the suffering of Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
About 80 children, most of them Syrian refugees, underwent the surgeries in all regions of Lebanon. The operations, which were performed free of charge at the Dar Al-Shifa Hospital, included bone and fracture surgeries, eye surgeries, ear, nose and throat surgeries, in addition to general surgery and radiology.
The Qatar Charity project aims to support the refugees, alleviate the burden of the surgeries on their families, support the mentally ill, as well as maintain physical health and return the smile to the faces of poor patients.
Parents of the children expressed their happiness and thanked the Qatari people for their help in providing free treatment for their children.
Qatar Charity also distributed 1,000 health and winter bags to Syrian refugee families in Arsal and Al Shamal as part of its efforts to provide relief to those affected and in response to the worsening humanitarian situation during the winter, which is considered one of the most difficult seasons of the year for refugees and displaced persons in the camps.
In addition, a mobile relief medical clinic was provided to the Syrian refugee community in Jabal Denniyeh, Lebanon, where medical examinations were conducted for children and women belonging to 40 families. It also distributed medicines and other winter supplies, especially since the Syrian refugees suffer from a severe shortage of basic resources in those areas due to the ongoing crisis.
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