Getting Medicines to Patients and Healthcare Centers in Lebanon Amid Economic Crisis

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Anera distributes essential medications for chronic diseases to more than fifty medical centers across Lebanon as part of our CARMAH program. The program serves vulnerable populations from different nationalities including Lebanese host community members and Syrian refugees. This project directly addresses the financial dignity of people, allowing them to access essential medications so that they can focus on putting food on the table. Anera’s project CARMAH is funded by the government of the United States Department of State through its Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM).



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