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Syrian Children's Relief Project

Following the war in Syria, millions of Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon had children in need of medical care or humanitarian aid. To respond to this humanitarian crisis, PCRF launched a program to ensure that these kids get the basic medical care or other aid needed to live better lives.

About Our Syrian Children's Relief Project

Our PCRF team in Jordan and Lebanon work hard with local doctors, NGOs and other nonpolitical partners to identify Syrian refugee children who need surgery or other humanitarian aid.  Because Syrian refugee children do not have travel documents to go abroad for medical care through the PCRF, we must find ways to help care for them locally.  The goal of this program is to help every Syrian child in need of care in Lebanon and Jordan.

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SYRIAN REFUGEES TREATED IN LEBANON IN 2018
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SYRIAN REFUGEES TREATED IN JORDAN IN 2018
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SYRIAN BENEFICIARIES OF HUMANITARIAN DISTRIBUTIONS

Program Details

Medical care for children in Lebanon and Jordan We have been identifying children from the refugee camps in both of those two countries and arranging surgery for them in local hospitals in both countries, but doing crowd funding through our newsletter and online sources. Dozens of injured or sick Syrian kids have been treated that way in the past few years. Sending kids abroad for free care This is a challenge because a lot of the Syrian kids flee without passports and are not able to get ones made as refugees outside of the country, but for those who have, we still follow their case and help them after they return for treatment.

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