Haya (not her real name) was among the Syrian refugee mothers who brought her children, two boys and two girls, to IOCC's mobile medical units in the Mount Lebanon region, to get vaccinated at no charge.
Haya, like most other Syrian refugees, cannot afford to take her children to a traditional health clinic.
Because of IOCC's mobile medical units, Haya's children are all up to date on their immunizations. Now she no longer has to worry about her kids being susceptible to measles and polio.
With help from donors and support from UNICEF, IOCC's immunization campaign aims to reach over 52,000 children through either mobile medical units or referrals to healthcare centers in Mount Lebanon and the Bekaa region, helping control risk and prevent outbreaks of dangerous childhood diseases.
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