IMANA Medical Relief’s upcoming ServePalestine Surgical Mission to the West Bank is scheduled for February 3 -12, 2022, at this time we require volunteers from the following specialties only:· Anesthesiologist, CRNA, Anesthesia Resident/Fellow, and Surgery Resident
AssalamuAlaykum (Greetings of Peace),
For most of us, 2021 was a transition towards normalcy due to the Covid vaccine rollout, but many continue to face challenges to access essential healthcare services.
Research shows 80% of what a child learns is vision-based, but some of those in Gaza are losing their childhood to poor vision and lack of eye care services.
This past month, IMANA’s Disaster Relief Campaign highlighted our response efforts during natural and climate-induced disasters, armed conflicts and addressed the needs of those impacted as they move to safety and resettlement.
For almost two years now, the COVID-19 outbreak has permanently changed the world and, through the crisis, IMANA has continued its pandemic response efforts in the US and internationally.
More than 30 percent of the population under the age of 10 in Palestinian territories is susceptible to various eye diseases. IMANA has launched a vision care project to provide free surgical procedures and comprehensive ophthalmic examinations to children in the Gaza strip.