Note: Relief is to be given to these families according to:
1- Bread-winner works in return of low salary
2- He does not work regularly
3- He is sick unable to work and needs a continual medical care
4- A widow who are raising up her children
5- A widow of no, or low pension (from $5 to $8 per month)
6- Husband is in jail for different reasons.
Besides other burdens like:
2- Fees of education.
3- Absence of essential utilities like; electricity, water and bathrooms.
4- Money spent on daughters' marriage and sons as well
5- Houses are tottered especially those which are built of mud bricks
- 975 families are served at times of feasts (Christmas and Easter), school season, and marriage of girls, illness and emergencies (33%).
Important note: Circumstances here may change due to illness, discontinuity of work, death or indebtedness and therefore, they get the services of (regular relief).
- Service of 166 files has completely stopped because they have passed away (6%)
Center presents relief regularly to 1790 cases. 1216 of them are families while widows are 574 and represented by 32 % of total cases.
- Awareness and Instructions are given concerning obtaining ID cards, election card, males are to join the army whenever needed, and getting pension in cases of illness, incapacity, and senility as well.
-Cleanliness and general good health habits should be adopted.
-enlightenment is offered against having many children ( family planning) and how much that negatively affects the health of mother and the child as well.
-Affirming the importance of educating children especially girls.
- Medical clarification about hypertension, diabetes mellitus, ophthalmologic diseases and ..etc...
- Boys should learn trades/crafts instead of waiting for jobs.
- The weekly meeting ends with the Lord's Prayer.
Medical clinic offers the following specializations:
General practitioner, internal medicine, gynecology and obstetrics, ophthalmology, dentistry, simple investigations and measuring blood glucose. Tests and lab work and also surgeries are supervised by specialized physicians at their private clinics or at hospitals.
-Offering free medicine donated by local pharmacies.