KRCS bears cost of complicated surgery for Syrian refugee

BEIRUT, May 3 (KUNA) — The Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS), in coordination with the Lebanese Red Cross, has paid the expenses of a complicated surgery for a Syrian refugee in Lebanon.
“The surgery to remove cancer from pancreas of a Syrian refugee is part of the KRCS’ initiatives to diversify its humanitarian and relief aid to Syrians in Lebanon,” Relief Operations Coordinator of the Lebanese Red Cross Yusuf Botrous told KUNA Tuesday.
Bortous expressed gratitude for the KRCS efforts and initiatives to alleviate the suffering and meet the needs of the war-traumatized Syrian refugees in Lebanon, especially in the healthcare sector.
The KRCS has borne the cost of several medical care services for a considerable number of Syrian refugees during the past two years, including complicated and expensive operations such as kidney transplant and dialysis and prostheses installation, he said.
Botrous conveyed to KUNA the Syrian patient’s thanks to Kuwait’s leadership and people for their aid and support to all Syrians. (end) mah.ibi

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