Drastic shortage of medicines and medical supplies in Lebanon

Due to an escalating financial crisis, political and social protests, Lebanon is experiencing a drastic shortage of medicines and medical supplies. HPIC’s partners on the ground expect a medical catastrophe as the situation continues to deteriorate. In times of crisis, the already vulnerable are the first to be hit.

HPIC is looking to provide an immediate shipment of essential medicines, but we need your help to get it there. A donation now will allow us to airlift medicines without delay.

Help us and ensure that clinics serving the most vulnerable populations do not run out of life-saving medicines.

Every $1 you donate delivers at least $10 of essential medicine.

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Rana is an assistant pharmacist at the Makarem Al Akhlak Medical Center in Lebanon. She explains, “Diabetes is very common in Lebanon, especially in our region, probably because of how hard life is here and the lack of self-care and healthy lifestyles. We have about 120 diabetes patients taking metformin. They each need 60 to 90 pills per month, depending on their condition.” #HPICpartners with NGOs like Anera to help patients who visit clinics like Makarem Al Akhlak Medical Center. Thanks to our pharmaceutical partners, HPIC shipped over $1.7 million worth of medicine to Lebanon in 2019!