In collaboration with Caritas Lebanon and in support of the residents of Jezzine and the surrounding areas, the Directorate of Civil-Military Cooperation in the Lebanese Army organized a free medical day that included medical consultations in general medicine, heart diseases, endocrinology, reproductive and sexual health for women, as well as the distribution of medicines and health supplies for women. The location was set up at the mixed official elementary school with rooms for medical clinics, blood tests, a pharmacy, and a place for distributing health supplies.
A total of 494 beneficiaries were registered, 253 patients underwent medical examinations, and 860 medication boxes were distributed to 290 beneficiaries according to medical prescriptions. Additionally, 38 sets of health supplies were distributed.
The Director of Civil-Military Cooperation, Brigadier General Ayad Al-Alam, praised the importance of cooperation between the Lebanese Army leadership and Caritas Lebanon in serving the Lebanese citizens in these challenging circumstances facing the country. He emphasized that this initiative aims to support the resilience of the residents of the South.
Deputy President of Caritas Lebanon, Dr. Nicolas El Hajjar, affirmed that Caritas Lebanon has been carrying out its humanitarian mission for 50 years by standing alongside those in need, and it continues to support the people of the South through mobile clinics and medical campaigns.
As for the owner of Beauty Lab Laboratory Tests, Mr. Pierre Saloum, he stated that the company’s support for Caritas Lebanon and the Lebanese Army by providing free laboratory tests is a contribution to these two institutions that serve the Lebanese people.
The needs of the citizens are increasing day by day, and Caritas Lebanon and its medical team, in cooperation with the Directorate of Civil-Military Cooperation, are present to stand by the citizens and provide assistance.