mercoledì, luglio 18, 2018


Iraqi Christians and Muslims working together to help the sick

By FRRME (Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East)

Iraq used to have one of the best healthcare sectors in the Middle East. But decades of war and sanctions have left it in ruins. These days, complicated surgeries often have to be performed in other countries. There is a shortage of vital drugs and seeing a doctor can cost hundreds of dollars. For those in need, it is a desperate situation. At St George’s in Baghdad*, there is hope for the sick. With your support, we are funding a medical clinic in the church grounds which treats around 80 patients a day. The staff at the clinic are Christian and Muslim and help people from all walks of life.

*St. George is the only Anglican church in Baghdad.
Note by Baghdadhope

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