The health of its individuals is a human essential for a thriving society, and making sure the poor receive compassionate and professional medical attention is a significant portion of FEED’s mission. The Medical Committee provides disabled and ill FEED Families necessary humanitarian contact and love, and amplifies that with monthly medications, free medical consultation, medical history follow-up and encouragement to undertake yearly screening and check-ups. The Medical Committee works closely with the Fundraising Committee to raise funds and pay for any hospitalization fees. The Medical Committee also organizes bi-yearly medical-needs awareness campaigns, establishes relationships with pharmaceutical companies and pharmacies for donation potential and support, and creates a database of all doctors aiding FEED Families to better serve the needy community.

Provide the families we currently support with the needed medication on a monthly basis.

We are always next to our underpriviledged friends when in need of covering hospitalization expenses.

Physiotherapy to handicapped individuals make up a big part of our monthly cost

Taking apointments with doctors that support FEED along with transportation of the ill is what we tend to do whenever requested from the families we support.

Monthly Medical List 

Goal : 2,000 $
Ammount : 54 $

The medical committee in FEED aims at providing medicine to the families we sponsor. FEED works with Darb El Sama dispensary as well as Arez dispensary so as to provide the medications.
Below is the list of medicine we provide to our families. Your donations will help provide them with a healthier life. 

Family 1 

KEPPRA  500 MG 
KEPPRA  250 MG     
LAMICTAL 50 MG     
RIVOTRIL  0.5 MG      
DEPAKINE SOLUTION    

         
Family 2  
INDERAL  40 MG   
APSICOT  100 MG   
XANAX 0.5 MG   
EUTHYROX 100 MCG   
MAGNE B6     
OMEPRAL 20 MG   
EURO.D 10000 IU   
CREAM BETTA MICOTER    
ZOLOFT 50 MG   
GERIATRIC PHARMATON   
VERMOX 500 MG   
VOLTAREN GEL     
         
Family 3 
CONCOR 5 PLUS     
CIPRALEX  10 MG   
ATARAX 25 MG   
ASPICOR      
LIPONORM  20 MG   

         
Family 4  
VASTAREL 35 MG  
MARVIL     
CAPTACE PLUS 50/25 MG   
CRESULIP  20 MG   
         
Family 5 
CRESTOR  10 MG   
LIPANTHYL 200 MG    
ASPICOR     
MARVIL     
PARIET 20 MG (2 btes/mois)   
         
Family 6 
DEPAKINE CHRONO  500 MG (3 btes/mois)   
DEANXIT     
SOLOTIK  50 MG (2 btes/mois)   
         
Family 7 
ACUZIDE 20 MG   
ATACAND 16 MG   
         
Family 8 
GASTRIMUT 20 MG (2btes/mois)   
         
Family 9 
AMPLIFIED B     
AMPLIFIED D     
APO ALLOPURINOL  100 MG    
FOLIC ACID

A child with Autism

Goal : 1,400 $
Ammount : $

A family composed of a single mother and a 15-year-old boy suffering from autism. Autism is a highly neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impairments in social interaction, impairments in communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior. A chronic treatment with risperdone 1mg twice a day is needed. In addition, a visit every 6 month to his psychiatrist is required in order to monitor the effectiveness of his treatment. As well as a weekly visit to a speech therapist to improve his communication skills.

Your donations are needed to provide this boy with the psychiatrist and speech therapist sessions needed. Each psychiatrist session amounts to 50$, and each therapist sessions cost $ 25.

Physically disabled family

Goal : 5,760 $
Ammount : $

A family composed of 2 brothers and 1 sister all suffering from physical disabilities which limits the physical function of their hands and legs. The only available treatment to ease their symptoms is weekly physiotherapy sessions. 

Your donations are needed to provide these handicapped people with the treatment they need. The amount needed per month is $480 as each session amounts to 20$, two sessions are needed a week per person.

A child suffering from Cerebral Palsy

Goal : 1,133 $
Ammount : $

A family with a nine year old  boy who suffers from Cerebral palsy. 
This congenital disease is characterized by abnormal muscle tone, reflexes, or motor development and coordination. Babies born with severe cerebral palsy have very floppy or very stiff bodies and usually have secondary conditions such as epilepsy, communication disorders, eating problems, sensory impairments, mental retardation, learning disabilities, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and behavioral disorders.  Unfortunately, this boy suffers from all of the mentioned symptoms.Due to his condition,he has to receive his nutirions through a tube which has been placed directly into his abdomen.This feeding tube needs an annual surgery to be replaced therefore your donations are needed:

The amount needed per month is around 700,000 LBP.  This amount is an approximation because the cost varies and fluctuates according to market price. Besides, the surgery, the boy needs a new wheel chair as his old one no longer fits him. The price amounts to 1,000,000 LBP.

21 year old man suffering from Hemophilia Type A

Goal : 24,000 $
Ammount : $

A family with a boy who suffers from Hemophilia “A”.Hemophilia “A” is the most common type of hemophilia. It is also known as factor VIII deficiency or classic hemophilia. It is largely an inherited disorder in which one of the proteins needed to form blood clots is missing or reduced.
When a person with hemophilia is injured, he does not bleed harder or faster than a person without hemophilia, he bleeds longer. Small cuts or surface bruises are usually not a problem, but more traumatic injuries may result in serious problems and potential disability (called "bleeding episodes"). 

Inorder to prevent bleeding, one needs 20 doses of factor VIII, which accounts for 500 international units per month at a unit cost of $500.
This family is in need as their source of income is very limited due to the fact that the father has a health condition called epilepsy and the mother was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. 

Your donation will save the life of the boy who counts on these doses to survive:

The amount needed per month is around $10,000 out of which 80% is covered by the Lebanese Ministry of Health.  This amount is an approximation because the cost of the doses, as per the Ministry of Health, varies and fluctuates according to market price. Your donations are needed to cover the 2000$ needed per month.