1. The Africa Relief Committee (ARC) collaborated with specialists at Hargeisa International Hospital to provide free eye surgeries to 24 patients suffering from various eye diseases in Hargeisa. This project was funded by ALRAHMA international. The is part of ARC’s ongoing project to combat eye diseases and prevent blindness in the Horn of Africa region and across the continent. ARC consistently implements these efforts to address the need for accessible and quality eye care services.

The project not only improved the quality of life for the 24 patients who received treatment, but it also contributed to ARC’s broader mission of enhancing healthcare services and preventing vision-related disabilities in the region. The project also promoted the overall well-being of the community.

  1. The African Relief Committee (ARC) provided free medical services to students studying at the Kuwait Educational complex in Hargeisa. This project was funded by philanthropists from Kuwait through ALRAHMA international in Kuwait.

Specialist doctors from Hargeisa International Hospital provided various medical services to 287 students, including screening for medical conditions that require early detection and treatment for students with medical conditions that require treatment, ranging from mild to severe.

Some students required emergency surgery and were referred to the hospital for treatment. To strengthen the health of the students at the Kuwait Center, which is managed by ARC, they are regularly tested and monitored.

This type of health campaign is one of the health charity projects implemented by ARC in the Horn of Africa, using medical experts from Hargeisa International Hospital (HIH).

  1. The construction of Hargeisa International Hospital, implemented by the African Relief Committee (ARC), is progressing well. This significant project encompasses the development of a modern and high-standard hospital building, and will be equipped with state-of-the-art medical equipment. In addition to the hospital, the project includes the establishment of a maternity and child care center, as well as a waqf (Endowment) building to accommodate hospital staff.

Funding for the project is provided by the Department of Endowments in Kuwait, along with philanthropists from the country through Kuwait Zakat House, and the coordination of ALRAHMA international in Kuwait.

The construction of Hargeisa International Hospital is part of ARC’s broader initiatives to construct and operate charitable centers, with a particular focus on the healthcare and education sectors, in the Horn of Africa. ARC’s objective is to deliver high-quality healthcare services to underserved populations in impoverished areas. Moreover, ARC strives to ensure the sustainability of its charitable projects by establishing a source of income that can cover operational costs, reducing the reliance on donations.

The development of Hargeisa International Hospital marks a significant milestone for ARC and its partners. The hospital will play a crucial role in providing essential healthcare services to the residents of Hargeisa and the region at large. By improving access to quality healthcare.

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