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Medical Aid

Health services in refugee camps are in a state of chronic crisis, due to a continuous shortage of funds, medication and medical equipment.

Poverty is the main driver of poor health in refugee camps, where the prevalence of communicable and non-communicable diseases is linked to the deteriorating living conditions refugees are facing. Doctors see on average 117 patients per day and struggle to treat patients caught up in a system that is chronically overstretched and under-resourced. People with disabilities and long term illnesses are some of the worst affected by the healthcare crisis.

In line with our commitment to improving the quality of life in deprived communities, our Medical Aid Fund supports the health sector and thousands of patients every year. We regularly help to restock healthcare facilities, cover the costs of medical treatment, train health professionals and support individuals with special needs.

How you can make a difference


Clean Drinking Water
Provide a monthly refill of clean water


Hygiene Kits
Provide essential items for basic hygiene


Family Water Tank
Provide a family with a clean water tank


Medical Aid
Provide support for medical costs


Clean Water Infrasturcture


Hearing Aid
Support the testing for and supplying hearing aids


Artificial Limbs
Provide a person with an artificial arm or leg

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A child sponsored by UK Care for Children

Food Aid

We deliver over 1000 food parcels to needy families in Lebanon and Jordan ever year.

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A child sponsored by UK Care for Children

Child Sponsorship

We support over 2,000 children through our Child Sponsorship Programme across Lebanon and Jordan’s refugee camps every year.

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Children sponsored by UK Care for Children

Refugee Relief

Our Refugee Relief programme includes shelter support, clean water access, food aid, financial aid and emergency medical support for refugees.

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