As a result of Covid-19 and the severe economic situation that has hit Lebanon, more people of Lebanese and Syrian nationalities require medical assistance. Pregnant women and children make up a large portion of this population, which has raised the risk to the mother and her kid. This affects primary and secondary healthcare centers, as the number of patients and deaths increases.
In this context, the Medical Village Center in Bekaa and Al Rawda Medical Center in Beirut have been sponsored to cover reproductive healthcare since the beginning of 2022. Prenatal care for over 2400 pregnant women and postnatal care for 460 mothers and babies are among the services provided. In addition, 2000 pregnant women received ultrasound services, 1036 women had laboratory testing, and various evaluations and medications linked to pregnancy were offered.