East Mosul





Quality of Aid

September 3, 2019

Now there is only the mobile clinic that comes once or twice a week. It's from the Red Cross. They don't have basic medicines for fever and things like that. They don't have medicine for life-time illnesses and chronic diseases. They ask us to get medicine from private clinics, and they charge us money, we can't afford it. A lot of the people in this neighbourhood have cancer and there is no chemotherapy available in the hospital here. It costs $600 for chemotherapy in the public hospital."