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Doctors Trained to Use New Medical Equipment
Dr. Mona Al-Ailah, obstetrics and gynecology specialist at the Daraj Primary Health Care Center in eastern Gaza, took notes as she was attending training for the center’s medical staff, to learn how to use the ultrasound machines recently provided by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS).
Moneer Koma, a resident of Al-Hamdaniya, is the head of a 12-member family. As the military operations erupted, he was displaced to Erbil with his family. Now, they are back home.
This is the kindhearted Qatar
Hisham Marwan belongs to a poor family from Yemen. The 19-year-old lives in Al-Shamasi neighborhood of Taiz. On his way home, Mr. Marwan was injured in a mortar explosion. He was admitted to the Al-Thawrah Public Hospital’s Surgical Emergency Center, where he underwent two orthopedic and vascular su...
Serious Disease Destroying Lives
When M. A. came to Doha in hope of finding a job to sustain his wife and seven kids, he had no idea that, while working as a mandoob for a commercial company, he would be afflicted by health issues that weighed heavily on his skinny body and consumed his small savings in search of diagnosis.
Difficulty Finding Treatment
Peter, a patient who benefited from the multisector medical convoy deployed by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) to Kosti, a city of the White Nile State, Sudan, described how they had found difficulty looking for treatment before the medical convoy came. He expressed his heartfelt gratitude to QRCS...
Five Years of Suffering
Describing how her husband would look for clean water in the water wells near to their Syrian refugee camp in Arsal, Beqaa Governorate, Aisha M. Hamra said, “My husband is jobless, and we have two kids. Now, it is easier for us to get drinking water. Thanks to QRCS, we no more need to pay for water ...
First Humanitarian Aid Delivered
The local communities that benefited from support to education system, a project co-implemented by Qatar Red Crescent Society’s (QRCS) representation mission in Afghanistan and the Afghan Welfare Society, said they had never received any humanitarian or development aid whatsoever from government or ...
Displaced & Hungry
Ms. Kubra raised her hands in prayer for everyone who helped to deliver aid to her, under the Ramadan Iftar project implemented by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) in Afghanistan during the holy month of Ramadan 1440 A.H. She is the breadwinner of a five-member family. Her husband was lost while fl...
Treatment for Refugees & Local Community
Abdullah (4) is a kid with hernia from the Myanmar refugees in Bangladesh. His father described the medical convoy deployed by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) as a Blessing from God, as he had no money to pay for the surgery for his son. The journey from Myanmar to Bangladesh was extremely horribl...
Safe & Free Resource for Refugees
The water purification plant in Saadnayel, Al-Beqaa, was not a simple project to address some need. Its launch in 2016 by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) and Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) was of tremendous value to the Syrian refugees in the town. It saved them the everyday cost of purchasing...
Hearing Loss Overcome
“My dream is to talk to my daughter like any other mother, without using sign language,” said the mother of Ghena Hijju, a Gazan girl who was born with sensorineural hearing loss. Her family tried hearing aids, but she responded poorly, compared to her brother, who had the same issue but improved si...
Valuable Gift in Ramadan
Hyattullah bin Sheikh Ahmed is an internally displaced person (IDP) from Almar District, Faryab Province, Afghanistan. He fled the armed conflict in his home village, leaving behind everything he owned, to come with his 6-member family to the Shaheed Dhabihullah camp 10 months ago....
When Illness and Poverty Come Together
Last month, Fatima (9) underwent a surgery in her right arm, and the doctor told her father to bring her every two days for follow-up. But the poor father could not afford the transportation costs from their remote neighborhood to the hospital in Hajjah Governorate. The good news was that the distri...
Mosul Camps Receive Two-Faceted Support
For three years now, the Al-Jadaa and Al-Qayyarah camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs), southern Mosul, Iraq, have hosted around 24,170 forced displaced families (more than 108,000 persons). Having come mainly from Mosul, Saladin, and Hawija, they live solely on humanitarian aid, as there a...
During the survey of beneficiaries of children's winterization clothes in the Bin Sraiya City, established by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) in Idlib Governorate, Syria, the team met an old woman who took care of six orphans, her three grandchildren as well as three other kids aged between 5 and ...
A Leading University Is Bombarded
"During the Israeli aggression of 2014, Palestine's Al-Azhar University – Gaza was the worst-hit university. Its three premises were struck, as well as the farm in Beit Hanoun, which had been rehabilitated by Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), with funding from Qatar's Al-Fakhoora Programme and the ...
Hepatitis C Monster in Cage
Adel Abdel-Halim Eid Sharaki (56), a beneficiary of Qatar Red Crescent Society's (QRCS) charity campaign against Hepatitis C
Human Tragedy Amidst Rubble
In the middle of the ravaged neighborhood of Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza, Mahmoud Nosseir (Palestinian) stood at the entrance of his destroyed house watching his children while they were trying to find some traces of their memories
Khadijah and Drought
Khadijah (7 months), was a Somali child with severe malnutrition. When registered with Qatar Red Crescent Society’s (QRCS) therapeutic nutrition center in Banaadir, she weighed only a few kilograms.
Patient-Doctor Reunion After Five Years
As the father of Abdullah Matar, Syrian, cried tears of joy and thanked God for his son's successful cardiac catheterization at the Jordan University Hospital in Amman, Jordan, he had a flashback to his past years in Homs, Syria. In 2010, his one-year infant was found to have a hole in the heart.
Philippines Relief Campaign
The current Emergency Relief Appeal aims to raise a cash amount of QAR 8,539,503 for the relief of people affected by Hurricane Washi in the Republic of the Philippines in cooperation with the Philippine Red Cross. This amount is expected to help ease the suffering of five thousand (5,000) families ...
Abdulsalam Mohammed, a Somali citizen who benefited from the integrated development and rehabilitation project carried out by Qatar Red Crescent for returnees from displacement in Awdhagle district in the Lower Shebelle province in southern Somalia
Evangeline: A Dream Come True
Evangeline is a long-awaited child of an Indian couple, who sadly found that she was born deaf....