A key goal of the Milk for Preschoolers program is raising awareness among mothers and teachers about how to keep children healthy.
Through raising awareness, tackling stigma and providing advice, refugee women in the Wehdat camp are encouraged to get breast cancer exams.
A food fortification program in the West Bank trains food inspectors in quality control to improve standards for Palestinian diets.
Iron deficiency anemia is a major health issue among women of child-bearing age in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon.
This Gaza blood bank provides blood to patients when hospitals can’t, especially during emergencies. New equipment helps solve their blood storage problems.
Upgrades are significantly increasing the capacity of key West Bank hospitals in Nablus, Jericho, Beit Jala and Ramallah.
ANERA supporters take their message to the streets. They participated in a Beirut marathon as part of the Creative Health Campaign.
ANERA Links American educators with 110 Palestinian doctors who can’t travel from the Occupied Territories for refresher classes.
Without the ability to leave Gaza, Palestinian doctors find it tough to brush up on training. ANERA solves that by videoconferencing with American educators.
Milk for Preschoolers program teaches healthy habits and provides nutritious snacks for Gaza preschoolers.
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