ARC has successfully saved the sight of 41 patients from poor families living in Hargeisa, Somaliland. Ophthalmologists at the international hospital in Hargeisa provided free examinations, surgeries, and complete treatment for these patients.
The medical charity project, funded by the international organization ALRAHMA, is regularly extended by ARC to people who cannot afford medical expenses, especially for expensive specialties.
Professor Dr. Ahmed Mutamad, the director of the international hospital in Hargeisa, praised the participating doctors and emphasized that the goal of this project is to ensure that the poor receive equal treatment and health services to their fellow citizens, especially for eye health.
This project, one of the health charity projects implemented by ARC in the Somali regions of the Horn of Africa, provides free medical services every year to hundreds of patients whose poverty prevents them from seeking medical care.