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Support CCCL and Quarantina Hospital (Assameh)

Support CCCL and Quarantina Hospital (Assameh)


After the devastating explosion that hit Beirut on August 4, 2020, Lebanese people have been faced with the worst crisis that had ever hit Lebanon. The explosion deepened the crisis we were already living in while trying to survive the Corona Virus pandemic and the economic crisis.

This tragedy and the destruction it left behind has led to the disruption and/or the destruction of certain hospitals, as well as to the displacement of many families which affects the continuation of the children’s treatment at these hospitals.

Because "No Child Should Die in the Dawn of Life", this campaign aims to raise funds for hospitals affected by the explosion. The below is how your money will contribute to reviving two local hospitals that were severely affected by the explosion.

Your contribution will go directly and fully to the below 2 organizations:


i. Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL):
The CCCL sustained some material damages during the explosion and some of the patients getting treatment at CCCL’s facilities were injured. The CCCL is committed to continue the treatment of its patients and will remain to do so. Also, in line with its mission: “No child should die at the dawn of life,” the Children's Cancer Center of Lebanon pledges to provide treatment and financial support, to all children with cancer, in full cooperation with their doctors and the hospitals in which they were being treated at, providing psychological and social support for these children and their families, and this for a period of six months. This will incur further cost on CCCL, but the center is determined to provide free treatment to every child who needs it.

Expected number of patients to be referred from other hospitals that were totally ruined is expected to be around 30 patients with an average expected treatment cost of $20,000 per child until the end 2020.

This campaign aims at helping CCCL cover the cost of treatment for 15 children.

The cost of treatment:
15 fully covered patients x $20,000 = $300,000


ii. ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond:
The Beirut Governmental Hospital at Quarantina has been severely affected by the explosion due to its location close to the Port of Beirut. The hospital had a pediatric department providing treatment for children which was completely destroyed.

The aim is to raise funds to cover the cost of:

1. Creating five Rooms for a Cancer department within the Pediatric department at the Beirut Governmental hospital- Quarantina.
2. Civil rehabilitation costs: for 5 Rooms within the Pediatric Department to include the Rehabilitation costs and the cost of general support :( Laboratory/Radiology/transformer rooms/lifts)
The cost of rehabilitating the pediatric department and establishing a cancer department:
Equipment cost ($180,000) + Rehabilitation cost ($120,000) = $300,000

iii. Supporting Families of Cancer Patients
1. Providing medical support for patients and their families who were physically affected by the explosion.
2. Providing support with the renovation of the houses of affected cancer patients.
3. Providing basic needs and necessities for the cancer patients and their families to help them overcome the crisis they are living.
4. Providing psycosocial support for the cancer patients.

Estimated cost for supporting families of cancer patients = $400,000

Funds will be split equally between both NGOs.



About the beneficiaries:
Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon:
The Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL) is a non-governmental organization inaugurated in April 2002 in Beirut, Lebanon, with a mission to treat children suffering from cancer without any cost on the families. Until date, the CCCL has supported more than 2040 children and covered more than 5000 consultations, with an average cure rate reaching 80%. Annually, CCCL have been treating on average 300 patients with an annual budget reaching 15,000,000 USD.


ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond:
Association d’aide à la mere et l’enfant à l’hopital, ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 by Pr. Robert Sacy along with a devoted team of volunteers, who strongly believe that Lebanese children should never be denied the medical facilities they deserve.
ASSAMEH is dedicated to support Government Hospitals in providing first class specialized medical care to families who cannot afford it, at the fraction of the cost incurred in private hospitals.



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After the devastating explosion that hit Beirut on August 4, 2020, Lebanese people have been faced with the worst crisis that had ever hit Lebanon. The explosion deepened the crisis we were already living in while trying to survive the Corona Virus pandemic and the economic crisis.

This tragedy and the destruction it left behind has led to the disruption and/or the destruction of certain hospitals, as well as to the displacement of many families which affects the continuation of the children’s treatment at these hospitals.

Because "No Child Should Die in the Dawn of Life", this campaign aims to raise funds for hospitals affected by the explosion. The below is how your money will contribute to reviving two local hospitals that were severely affected by the explosion.

Your contribution will go directly and fully to the below 2 organizations:


i. Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL):
The CCCL sustained some material damages during the explosion and some of the patients getting treatment at CCCL’s facilities were injured. The CCCL is committed to continue the treatment of its patients and will remain to do so. Also, in line with its mission: “No child should die at the dawn of life,” the Children's Cancer Center of Lebanon pledges to provide treatment and financial support, to all children with cancer, in full cooperation with their doctors and the hospitals in which they were being treated at, providing psychological and social support for these children and their families, and this for a period of six months. This will incur further cost on CCCL, but the center is determined to provide free treatment to every child who needs it.

Expected number of patients to be referred from other hospitals that were totally ruined is expected to be around 30 patients with an average expected treatment cost of $20,000 per child until the end 2020.

This campaign aims at helping CCCL cover the cost of treatment for 15 children.

The cost of treatment:
15 fully covered patients x $20,000 = $300,000


ii. ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond:
The Beirut Governmental Hospital at Quarantina has been severely affected by the explosion due to its location close to the Port of Beirut. The hospital had a pediatric department providing treatment for children which was completely destroyed.

The aim is to raise funds to cover the cost of:

1. Creating five Rooms for a Cancer department within the Pediatric department at the Beirut Governmental hospital- Quarantina.
2. Civil rehabilitation costs: for 5 Rooms within the Pediatric Department to include the Rehabilitation costs and the cost of general support :( Laboratory/Radiology/transformer rooms/lifts)
The cost of rehabilitating the pediatric department and establishing a cancer department:
Equipment cost ($180,000) + Rehabilitation cost ($120,000) = $300,000

iii. Supporting Families of Cancer Patients
1. Providing medical support for patients and their families who were physically affected by the explosion.
2. Providing support with the renovation of the houses of affected cancer patients.
3. Providing basic needs and necessities for the cancer patients and their families to help them overcome the crisis they are living.
4. Providing psycosocial support for the cancer patients.

Estimated cost for supporting families of cancer patients = $400,000

Funds will be split equally between both NGOs.



About the beneficiaries:
Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon:
The Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL) is a non-governmental organization inaugurated in April 2002 in Beirut, Lebanon, with a mission to treat children suffering from cancer without any cost on the families. Until date, the CCCL has supported more than 2040 children and covered more than 5000 consultations, with an average cure rate reaching 80%. Annually, CCCL have been treating on average 300 patients with an annual budget reaching 15,000,000 USD.


ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond:
Association d’aide à la mere et l’enfant à l’hopital, ASSAMEH - Birth & Beyond is a non-profit organization founded in 2014 by Pr. Robert Sacy along with a devoted team of volunteers, who strongly believe that Lebanese children should never be denied the medical facilities they deserve.
ASSAMEH is dedicated to support Government Hospitals in providing first class specialized medical care to families who cannot afford it, at the fraction of the cost incurred in private hospitals.