Calling on all Lebanese diaspora to alleviate the Lebanese healthcare system which is severely under pressure due to the economic crisis and Covid-19 spike.

Beirut, January 29, 2021: Ajialouna, a Lebanese non-profit organization that aims at engaging in charitable, cultural, social, healthcare, and educational programs, has recently launched the Yalla Give campaign to support the Lebanese healthcare system.

With Lebanon facing an economic crisis and spike in Covid -19 cases, the situation has become out of control and Ajialouna is taking the lead: calling on all Lebanese diaspora through the Yalla Give campaign. Individuals are able to help alleviate the situation by making financial donations or providing medical supplies and materials; to ensure that every person has access to proper healthcare and to help Lebanon recover.

Dr. Lina Zaim Dada, President of Ajialouna, stated: “Healthcare is a basic human right, and we must do everything in our power to ensure that the Lebanese healthcare system stands on its feet again. Every donation and contribution counts, it could really be the difference between life and death.”

To learn more about this initiative and to donate kindly visit the following link: https://www.yallagive.com/en/campaign/Ajialouna-Medical-Relief-Campaign-Ajialouna–11802

Ajialouna would like to take this opportunity to thank Pancrop Commercial Trading DMCC and Jubaili Bros for their generous donations. They would also like to extend their gratitude to Aramex (Middle East) who will handle the air freight free of charge ensuring that the products reach Beirut.  Finally, a special thank you to the head of the Higher Relief Council in Lebanon (HRC), Major General Mohammad Kheir, who will facilitate the import and distribution efforts once the medical supplies arrive to Lebanon.

For over 25 years, Ajialouna has been committed to supporting less privileged individuals, believing that all people deserve to have equal access to good health, social security, and educational opportunities.



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