Rahma International has carried out a medical campaign to combat eye diseases in Yemen, in Ad-Dali governorate. More than 300 cases benefited from the campaign.
In this regard, the Chairman of the Arab sector in the Rahma International Society Bader Bu-Rahama said that Rahma International Society in Kuwait conducted 300 eye operations at 40 dinars per operation, noting that this campaign comes within the humanitarian charitable efforts of the Rahma International Society in Yemen.
Bu-Rahama added that this campaign aims to contribute to the elimination of blindness and eye diseases within the various humanitarian relief efforts carried out in the Republic of Yemen, which would contribute to alleviate the suffering of many patients, especially women and children who are unable to afford the cost of surgical operations. These medical camps solve some of the health problems in Yemen, which currently suffer greatly from the current political and economic conditions.
Bu-Rahama added that these campaigns come within the framework of strengthening the links of developmental and charitable work between charities, by participating in the implementation of various charitable projects.
Bu-Rahma explained that the campaigns carried out by Rahma International to combat eye diseases in Yemen represent a charitable qualitative work.
They have found wide resonance in the Yemeni provinces, and contributed to the treatment of many poor and needy patients, men, women and children from chronic conditions in villages and remote areas. Those people came in search of medicine and healing in this surgical camp, where many patients are still waiting to be dealt with.
People there pray to Allah to reward benefactors. They yearn for the return of vision to many heads of households and patients, both men and women, after treatment, surgery or the provision of glasses so that they can return to their normal lives, and become able to work again.