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Medical Aid for Palestinians: Giving Hope to Palestine. This video shows how your support of MAP helps Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees.
About Medical Aid for Palestinians
MAP delivers health and medical care to people affected by conflict, occupation and displacement. They work in partnership with local health providers and hospitals to address a wide range of health issues and challenges faced by the Palestinian people.
With offices located in West Bank, Gaza City, Jerusalem, Lebanon and London, Medical Aid for Palestinians can respond rapidly in times of crisis, and can work directly with communities on longer term health development.
MAP is improving local capacity to deal with emergencies, and empowering communities to develop strong systems and protocols to respond in crisis. We ensure that hospitals are appropriately stocked and equipped and ready to respond to emergencies
Essential Primary Care
A good quality and accessible primary healthcare service is crucial to improving wellbeing and tackling health inequalities. Yet primary care is often underfunded and under resourced. Strong primary healthcare is especially vital in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and Lebanon, where access to health is hindered by movement restrictions and other symptoms of occupation and exile.
Women’s and Children’s Health Care
MAP takes an integrated approach to women and children’s health, encompassing reproductive health, safe motherhood and essential child health services, together with psychosocial care, parenting support and recognition and response to cases of child abuse, neglect and domestic violence.
- For the latest updates, news and information, visit them online at: https://www.map.org.uk
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