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Jordan | Save-Syria May Cataract Mission Brief

In coordination with IMANA and SEMA organizations, UMR running for 5 continues days Cataract Mission at As-Shamai Center for eyes. This global initiative came as restore gift of sight to the curable blind cases, also in orders to  provide excellent eye and medical care services to the most in need patients who are not able to cover such surgeries costs in  Jordan. With success from God, UMR with partners could execute 105 surgery allow patients to see more better in the near

Iraq Emergency Appeal

The Crisis Rages On Is changing the world for the better on your 'to do' list? If not, it absolutely should be. As fighting continues in the Iraqi cities of Mosul, Ramadi and Fallujah, thousands of families continue to flee for their lives. Ten million people – half of them children – are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance and 3.4 million have been forced to leave their homes. Conflict is devasting lives. Fighting in the Mosul area alone has already

Ramadan Family Food Packs

ood is a fundamental need for the survival of human life. Food security is built on three pillars: food availability, food access, and food use. Some 795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life- that's about one in nine people on earth. Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five - 3.1 million children each year.  We believe that every human being deserves the right to a healthy meal for

Jordan | Primary Medical Mission

At UMR, we believe that all people, regardless of race or religion, should have access to clean water, to healthcare, to earn a sustainable livelihood and to have access to basic social services. We have partnered with IMANA Medical Relief to provide life –saving medical missions to support Syrian and Palestinian refugees. In May 2017, we conducted our 6th mission to provide free health care services to those in need. The May medical mission provided free treatment for about 3,000 beneficiaries in three