Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder that causes decreased hemoglobin production. It is very common in the Middle East and North Africa. Hundreds of children in Palestinian refugee camps suffer from this disease and are unable to afford proper treatment. The PRCF aims to provide medical treatment and cover the expenses of the monthly medical needs for 45 children suffering from Thalassemia from Palestinian refugee camp camps across Lebanon.
The services will include hospitalizations, blood transfers, medications, vaccinations, consultation fees, blood tests, MRI, and other diagnostic tests.