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Volume 2: August & September Edition 2022 - 2023
With the current financial crisis reaching an all-time low, a greater number of prospective patients are calling Egatha for financial assistance.Read More
Volume 2: July Edition 2022 - 2023
Egatha is pleased to announce that its Lebanon-based volunteer team has gained two new invaluable assets. We are delighted to introduce Dr. Mia Marwani and Dr. Slaiman Said!Read More
Volume 2: June Edition 2022 - 2023
According to a 2018 study published in the National Library of Medicine, diabetes mellitus is a chronic non- communicable disease characterized by hyperglycemia and is associated with chronic complications affecting the overall quality of life.Read More
Volume 2: May Edition 2022 - 2023
If you did not already know, Egatha's Lebanon-based team operates in conjunction with the Daughters of Charity, a Catholic-based apothecary located in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Beirut, known as the Karm-El-Zeitoun Dispensary.Read More
Volume 2: April Edition 2022 - 2023
With great sadness, we announce the earthly death of one of Egatha's patients, Mr. D. Attal. We pray for Mr. Attal's family, that the Lord give them peace and comfort duringRead More
this difficult time.
this difficult time.
Volume 2: January Edition 2022 - 2023
Since launching in July 2021, we have assisted over a hundred patients and their families in accessing the healthcare they need. We would like to take this time to highlight our gratitude for Egatha's Lebanon-based team, which includes three volunteers and our doctor, Dr. Afaf Minari.Read More
Volume 1: December Edition 2021 - 2022
It is safe to say that 2021 was a year full of unexpected hardships for the people of Lebanon. Crisis after crisis, the Lebanese people have fought to survive in some of the most unbearable circumstances. Nonetheless, will 2022 prove just as difficult?Read More
Volume 1: November Edition 2021 - 2022
Lebanon is facing nothing short of a national deterioration to its healthcare sector. From expansive drug shortages to an exodus of Lebanon's doctors and nurses, the Lebanese people are left to fend for themselves.Read More
Volume 1: September Edition 2021 - 2022
Egatha has continued to aid the KZ dispensary. At least 80 endocrinology consultations have been provided. In addition, Egatha has sponsored adult internal medicine and infectious diseases consultations once or twice each week.Read More