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Jordan

In 2013, EliseCare provided vital care in 5 areas of Jordan. An acupuncture training program was launched in 2014 for doctors, physiotherapists and nurses. In 2015, we withdraw from Jordan to devote ourselves to Iraq, whose needs are gigantic.

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Camp in Jordan

In 2011, an armed conflict was born in Syria, resulting from a protest movement.

It turns into a civil war between two armed camps in a few weeks. The civilian populations, dramatically victims of all these clashes, cross the Syrian border every day to reach Jordan.

In war zones that are difficult to access and in refugee camps, the care of the wounded is of particular concern.

At the edge of the Jordanian desert, a few kilometers from the border, the Zaatari refugee camp in particular, welcomes thousands of people. EliseCare joined forces with medical teams in 2013 and operates in five different areas.

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In Iraq, 90% of the displaced cannot find a place in the camps and thus live in places unsuitable for their reception, in the streets, cellars, hangars, abandoned shopping centers, roadsides, abandoned construction sites, recycling centers…

They have no access to aid structures: neither permanent shelters, ration tickets, nor medical care and live in very worrying sanitary conditions.

Their isolation and loss of income is a major obstacle to their access to care.

 
Acupuncture care

EliseCare se mobilise pour le Liban

Des centaines de familles se sont retrouvées sans abris, dans un pays déjà accablé par la pire crise économique qu’il ait jamais connu – avec un taux d’inflation de plus de 100% et une dévaluation de la livre libanaise pour arriver à un taux de 4500LL/1USD – et la crise du Covid19. Les hôpitaux de la ville, elle aussi ayant subis des dégâts matériels, souffrent face au grand nombre de blessés, aux coupures d’électricité et au manque de certains médicaments. 
 

EliseCare fait appel à votre générosité et soutien pour venir en aide aux victimes de cet incident atroce.