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SANA and Hopital Aboujaoude Hold the Sixth Session for the Resident Training Course in Ob/Gyn Ultrasound, in Cooperation with ISUOG 13 January 2018
2018-01-13
It was the first meeting of 2018 at Hopital Aboujaoude

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SANA and Hopital Aboujaoude Hold the Sixth Session for the Resident Training Course in Ob/Gyn Ultrasound, in Cooperation with ISUOG 13 January 2018
SANA’s Team On Its First Trip of 2018 to Jabal Al Biddawi 9 January 2018
2018-01-09
SANA’s team returned to Jabal Al Biddawi on a medical

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SANA’s Team On Its First Trip of 2018 to Jabal Al Biddawi 9 January 2018
SANA’s First Mission to Dahieh 13 Dec 2017
2017-12-13
SANA’s team carried out its first medical/educational mission to Dahieh

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SANA’s First Mission to Dahieh 13 Dec 2017

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SANA’s was officially “born” May 19, 2011 under the Lebanese Ministry of Interior's registration #909. SANA’s website www.sanango.org was officially launched on June 10, 2011.


Ever since it was founded, SANA has been quite active with several medical and educational missions all over North Lebanon with the utlimate aim of having an impactful presence in the under-resourced areas of the North. This is via providing free medical care to the underserved, but even more so through providing education and training on issues pertaining to maternal health and through commencing sonographic training to the local health care providers in the identified under-resourced areas.


SANA's medical and educational missions are usually planned on Tuesdays and upon the completion of each mission, a report gets posted to SANA's website in the "Latest News & Events" column. In addition, a link as well photographs from the day's mission get posted to SANA's Facebook Page.

 

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*In February 2015, SANA Medical NGO became an officially recognized partner of UN Women Empower Women's campaign "I am Wo(man)".

 

*SANA is proud to have its experience in the Lebanese Outreach setting appear in the International Journal of Childbirth Education's April 2015 issue pages 43-48.