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Health Education for Syrian Refugees

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Health Education for Syrian Refugees


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To prevent the spread of diseases among refugees from Syria, PARD delivered health education lectures

to the refugees (Women, Youth and Children) residing in the gatherings

of the South and Beirut during the year 2013 as follows:

 

 

Health Education in the Southern gatherings

Location

Type of participants

No. of participants

No. of  lectures

Males

Females

Qasmiyeh

Women

-

78

55

Youth

17

9

9

Children

25

11

6

Shabriha

Women

-

52

45

Youth

5

10

2

Children

12

10

3

Maashouk

Women

-

36

48

Youth

-

-

-

Children

4

4

3

Jal Al Baher

Women

-

57

34

Youth

-

-

-

Children

9

12

9

Kfar Badda

Women

-

45

22

Youth

-

-

-

Children

8

4

6

Nahr Al Samer

Women

-

29

18

Youth

-

-

-

Children

4

5

3

Jim Jeem

Women

-

37

20

Youth

-

-

-

Children

3

7

4

Sikkeh

Women

-

110

32

Youth

-

-

-

Children

12

10

2

Wasta

Women

-

59

14

Youth

-

-

-

Children

-

-

-

Burghuliyeh

Women

-

28

4

Youth

-

-

-

Children

-

-

-

Totals

 

99

613

339

712

 

 

 

Health Education in Beirut gatherings

Location

Type of participants

No. of participants

No. of  lectures

Males

Females

Gaza Buildings

Women

-

60

153

Daouk

Women

-

96

135

Said Ghawash

Women

-

65

119

Youth

9

7

1

Children

7

13

1

Zaroub El Deek

Women

-

43

60

Youth

17

8

2

Children

3

6

1

Salwa Al Hout

Women

-

55

59

Totals

 

36

253

531

289

 

 

The subjects of those health education lectures included winter diseases, Influenza, Swine flu,

he22Jaundice, Typhoid, Personal hygiene, General hygiene, Lice, Scabies, nutrition, Early marriage, breast feeding, Diarrhea, Diabetes, Uterus cancer, Breast cancer, Water pollution, family organization, home accidents, Chicken pox, measles, Osteoporosis, Primary eye care, Primary teeth care, Genital inflammations, and Pregnant women care.


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