This year has been one of the hardest years we’ve ever experienced. The truth is, life is kind of on hold due to the pandemic; but the other diseases still travel their path. Our current refugee patients have experienced the hardship on a level that many of us have not.
This #GivingTuesday, we encourage you to donate and help us give these refugee families in Lebanon an easier way of life in these tough times.
The holidays this year may look different for many of us, but one thing remains the same: December 1 is a day to give. And we’re so thankful you’re a part of this community that spreads hope around the world, even under these extraordinary circumstances.
As a supporter who is also committed to ensuring that underserved communities have access to health services, we hope you’ll take some time to learn about us and the people we serve.
Medical and support staff from SEMA US continue to provide essential health services where they’re needed most, despite challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. In Lebanon, our teams overcome enormous obstacles to continue working safely. They face logistical challenges, local and global lockdown measures, and equipment shortages, all to continue SEMA US’ critical health care mission.
Countries need to use every tool available to make sure that COVID-19 medical products are accessible and affordable for everyone who needs them and this move would pave the way for more affordable generic versions of desperately needed drugs, vaccines, and diagnostics.
Your thoughtful participation would go a long way. Mark your calendars for Giving Tuesday on December 1st!