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We had a month to fill up this 40-foot container, to collect clothes and get our medical supplies and fill up the truck, says Rooma Elnasseh, president of United2Heal. Now they must sort, pack and stack the pieces of Richmond that will find their way to Syrian http://foresthillmotel.com/matthewowenspro/2016/12/08/handy-products-in-qualification-for-rheumatology-explained refugee camps on the Turkish border. Richmond-based United2Heal collects unwanted medical supplies from local hospitals for places in need all over the world. Bon Secours, you could try here VCU hospitals, clinics — theres millions of dollars of excess medical supplies that just get thrown in the trash, Elnasseh says. Syrians are in need. Their countrys six-year-old war has killed around 400,000 people, injured more, and displaced around 4.8 million, the United Nations reports. Many refugees have found their way to camps with little more than the clothes on their backs. Medical supplies arent all they need. So United2Heal contacted churches, mosques, synagogues, high schools and fellow college students for help filling up the container with clothes, shoes, hygiene supplies and more. Syria needs almost anything we can give them, says Ali Salman, a second-year medical student in United2Heal.
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