Emaar Welcomes a Delegation from the UNICEF

Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation welcomes a delegation from the UNICEF, represented by Ms. Amani Jouda, childhood and nutrition officer, and Dr. Safaa Abo Orof, childhood protection officer.

During their visit, the delegation made a tour inside Basma Special School and Emaar’s centers to learn about the services provided by the Association.

Ms. Amani also expressed her pride in such Association that works with a clear vision and mission and targets one of the most marginalized groups in the Gaza Strip.

 

Emaar Welcomes a Delegation from St. John Eye Hospital

Emaar Association welcomed a delegation from St John Eye Hospital, represented by Dr. Abdallah Al Kashif, the ophthalmologist.

This visit was part of the free eye medical day organized by Emaar in cooperation with St. John Hospital.

During February 2019, Gaza Center for Visual Therapy Serves More Than 400 Beneficiaries

Gaza Center for Visual Therapy serves more than 400 beneficiaries during February 2019. Doaa Al Abadsa, the head of the center, said that the center has implemented free examination days for some marginalized areas (Al Mawasi in particular) and for kindergartens’ children in Khanyounis. Additionally, patients from different age groups coming to the center were received visual therapy sessions.

Gaza Center for Visual Therapy in cooperation with Tamer Institute Conducts Free Visual Screening

Gaza Center for Visual Therapy in cooperation with Tamer Institute Conducts Free Visual Screening in Khanyounis governorate.

Doaa Al Abadsah, the director of the center, said that the screening targets people living in Al Mawasi area, a marginalized area in the west of Khanyounis. 50 people from different age groups got benefits from this visual screening. Finally, Ms. Doaa talked about the services provided by Gaza Center for Visual Therapy such as examination, diagnosis, and treatment of strabismus and eye laziness by using the latest medical devices.