Kurdish Red Crescent provided medicines to patients of chronic diseases 

The Kurdish Red Crescent has distributed medicines to patients suffering from chronic diseases in Washokani camp, in the absence of all other relief and aid organizations.

The Turkish offensive caused the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people from Serêkaniyê and other border areas to safer areas, so the Autonomous Administration allocated more than 60 centers to house the displaced, in addition to the camp located 12 km west of al-Hasakah.

In Washokani camp, there are 532 families of 2,560 displaced people, including 240 medical conditions inside the camp. The administration and the Kurdish Red Crescent are responsible for providing all assistance to them in the absence of other organizations.

In an interview with Hawar news agency (ANHA) with the medical coordinator of the Kurdish Red Crescent, Joan Saeed, he said, "We are distributing medicines to patients suffering from chronic diseases inside the camp of Washokani, numbering 60 patients."

Saeed noted, “As the Kurdish Red Crescent, they are working to meet the needs of patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, stress and cancer, by providing the medicines they need.”

ANHA


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