Delivering Medicine to Refugees in Lebanon

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Ten-year-old Malek introduces us to his family, living in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon. His father, Ziad (Abu Malek), has diabetes.

Malek worries about his father’s health, accompanying him to the clinic to get insulin and following him wherever he goes.

Abu Malek is able to enjoy time with his son and the rest of his family thanks to a generous community of donors who make it possible for Anera to provide life-saving insulin to hundreds of clinics in Palestinian camps, helping thousands of refugees in Lebanon.

Meet Malek and His Family in Burj El Barajneh Camp

Learn more about Anera’s In-kind Medical Relief program.

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