On February 19th, the PCRF opened the first pediatric oncology department in the Gaza Strip. The Department was 100% privately funded by hundreds of donors all over the world. The 16 in-patient and 14 out-patient bed department will reduce the suffering of children traveling abroad for fragmented care, and also the separation of families, and […]
The Alalusi Foundation would like to thank all the attendees who braved the ongoing rains on Saturday, February 16th to spend the evening with us at the Help the Syrian Orphans & Widows program.Dr.Mohamad Rajabelly was the Master of Ceremony for the evening, welcoming all to the grand ballroom at the Santa Clara Marriott before […]
The Alalusi Foundation would like to formally invite women to volunteer for a month or a year as a mentor to teen girls who are residents of any of the Homs League Abroad homes in Tripoli, Lebanon or Amman, Jordan.Please contact us for more information.
In a survey conducted over 2017 and 2018, Humanity & Inclusion, an international NGO that provides humanitarian aid to the disabled, they reported that “60% of Syrian refugee households include a person with a disability
At the same time that the Alalusi Foundation supported audiology clinic was treating nearly 200 children with hearing loss regain some or all their ability to hear, a two-day workshop was being held for the benefit of local social workers, psychologists and educators to better understand the need for and benefits of using art as […]
One of the three Homs League Abroad centers for Syrian refugee widows and children sits on the end of a cul-de-sac in the Al-Zaytoun district and near to the Al Abrar mosque, an ornate building built in 2003 with a theater available for public events. On the final evening of the Alalusi Foundation exploratory trip […]
The Al-Rahma Model School sits on a narrow backstreet in Qalamoun, a southern suburb of Tripoli, Lebanon.
Salam, 5 years old, came into the clinic on the second day of the four-day clinic series
On the first night, after a day of screening 51 children for hearing loss and outfitting nearly that many with
Alalusi Foundation volunteers began arriving to Amman, Jordan on September 27th, coming in from various countries in support of a four day audiology mission conducted by Entheos. This audiology cooperative conducts humanitarian trips around the world. Due to your generous support, the Alalusi Foundation has supported the work of Entheos in Jordan multiple times. On […]