WRF is Transforming Lives of Injured Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
WRF Lebanon team worked with
Andrew McConnell-UNHCR to tell in pictures the stories of injured Syrian refugees in Lebanon adjusting to their lives with the prostheses they received from WRF program funded by UN OCHA. Click on the picture below to visit Time.com page or follow the link to read the full story and see all of the images: http://time.com/3329289/syria-refugees-lebanon-prosthetics.
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Donations of Rehabilitation Equipment Reached Hospitals in Tacloban, Philippines
We are excited to report that donations of rehabilitation equipment now reached the three hospital in Tacloban, Philippines: Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Center, Divine Mercy Hospital, and the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center. Our sincere thanks go to the Philippines Academy for Rehabilitation Medicine that has contributed their time and energy to organizing the logistics and distributing the donations among the three hospitals. The donations were collected in partnership with Afya Foundation.
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Spring Into Action Reception
Thank you to everyone who joined us at Knickerbocker Club to support WRF program for disabled Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
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WRF Helps Persons with Disabilities in Haiti
Click the link to read WRF's report for Haiti Program for 2013
and stories of two children served in February 2014
On the picture: mural on the wall of project's waiting area in Port-Au-Prince.
WRF Announcement: Engaging in the Philippines
WRF shipped valuable equipment and materials to refit three hospitals devastated by the storm in the Tacloban area:
Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Center, Divine Mercy Hospital, and the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center. Philippines Academy for Rehabilitation Medicine is going to distribute the donations among the three hospitals.
On the picture: supplies and equipment are being sent to rebuild rehabilitation units in hospitals ravaged by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.