Feryal, a mother of 6 in Gaza, has struggled with getting enough water to keep her family healthy.
“Without the free medicine I couldn’t afford the doctor’s care.”
A donation replaces old, worn mattresses, helping to relieve patients’ suffering.
Children like 2-year-old AbedRahman are most vulnerable to infections.
In Nablus, ANERA has helped 30 villages cope with ever-evolving challenges.
In makeshift tent camps, ANERA trains Syrian refugees to become leaders of public health.
Teachers train to help children with learning difficulties.
ANERA’s in-kind medical donation program helps treat poor patients like Mahmoud, who has Down Syndrome, and can’t afford to pay for care.
Expecting mothers in Dar Salah face many hardships, like poverty and vitamin deficiency.
Waheeda is one of many refugees from Syria suffering from PTSD and depression.
Learn about what makes ANERA a safe choice when deciding how to help Palestinian families and poor communities in the region.
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