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salaaaaaaaaaam alikum
here I am, and I just came back home ... well , after what happened with the 1st sos , and as chouia explained , many people here told me , no trust in sos of newspaper ... ok , ma3lish ,so I decided to find a solution to reach the ill people in hospital... after asking , hamdullah my ferind shows me the center called "tablissement hospitalier spcialis dans les traitement des brulures " ... let's say : "Hospital specialized in treatment of brulures" .... there are lot of people (children manly) from far cities from algiers.
we wait alot to talk to the head of the center ... I told her , we are here to donate and help people and tryed to explain her ...then she told me that the most needy there for both child and old are napies , sinice they are masaken burned and can't move .. :unsure: plus the cost is very expensive manly for the older (expensive and they need it daily) ...
another point that this head talk about , is , they are going to oppen a library for children there, because children pass alot of time (months) there , and they need leisure , so she asked us , that we can help with book.
so what we are going to do me and my freind , next day or the day after tomorrow , is to buy as much as possible this nappies. and give them to people there ...
I tryed to take a picture , but it's very difficult , because there is agents every where ..
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what I noticed during these days of looking and asking , i's very difficult to deal with medecines here in algeria as particular... u can do it only if you're association or organisation with "papers" .. but I tryed to find a solution of how do with the money ..
I didn't saw alot today ... but what I saw hit me alot , guys .. let's say a big hamdullah ... and ya Rabi eshfi elmardha :sad:
I will try to take more pictures the next time ... but as my freind told me , what can people see in these msaken patients ... anyways , I want to thank my freind , who helped me alot , she did very well ! ;) ^_^
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ok barakallahu feek. yes I think it makes sense that they did not allow you to get medicine. But surely if someone knows a pharmacien in Algiers, he should be able to provide us with medicines because its for a good cause.

Does anyone in the forums know a pharmacien?

thank you and your friend :D
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it was a real pleasure, it's a duty :rolleyes: .... I think if you want really to move easily ,we have to find a local charity association .. :unsure:

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ok thank u, so we are going to buy them depends undergarments? how much is the cost of a package in algers? and i will compair it to the cost here in the usa, and see what companies i can get some free from, also those are for what? burn patients? i didnt understand much, and for the medications dont worry i have my license i can also fax rx's there in algerie, or send what medications i am getting free, i am swimming in so many that need to get there, i have now 4 boxes ready to mail out soon,
i can not mail them until i finish our papers here in the usa as a legit charity, so all of it can go into algerie with out corruption, and i can not finish the papers till i have a brochure to give to the state of washington. dc, so everything is on hold till i get that, then that will take up to 30 days to get my license, so this is why things need to get faster please, cause i am stuck here with getting things daily from donations, and can not do nothing with them unless we waist money on mailing out small boxes which they will not give us problems with,
i need a bit more agenty about what this place do, where are they getting thier funds from, other then books and depend undergarments, there must be a need for bandages, gloves, creams, i mean here in the states, an elderly person needs protective cream on the behind so they do not develop "bed sores" and "staff infections", also if it is for burn patients maybe clothes? wigs? anti-inflamatory medications, along with pain medications to give to the doctor to give free for those patients who can not afford to buy it?? also what are our guarntee that these doctors will not take the stuff given and sell it?? i have seen this so much in algerie where they do that, this is why i am very hesatent on donations to hospitals or clinics, unless i know the person , personaly,

so before we do anything, i need those things answered, then inchallah we can help them
thank you
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i need a bit more agenty about what this place do, where are they getting thier funds from, other then books and depend undergarments, there must be a need for bandages, gloves, creams, ...

chaouia ... I can't get any informations as particular ... ok we will wait for papaers. And I totally agree with you when you talk about trust people , and that's what I am looking for. anyways , as I told you give me time .. unless it's really hard for me , since I'm not among this domain of medecine .... but I do what I can ...

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great work sister... baraka allahu fiki

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salam ok update on this hospital, though sis your intentions were good,
this hospital has been known for illtreatment to the patients whom are poor, from the doctors, leaving them in celler rooms, without the proper treatment, also the death rate is very high there. they are getting many funds from the government, but they are not using those funds properly,
so anything donatated or sent to them would not have a guarentee they are not being sold , and i just can not be here in the usa, and in algers at the same time to make sure and watch them
so i think its better from my first plan,
find families who need this, not a hospital, not a clinic, they are getting help, and not for us to regive, what they have already sold

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sis you are doing great, i know these things take time, but hang in there its all worth wild smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' /> look sometimes i cry from sorrow and from happiness from all of it, but if i didnt love it, i wouldnt be in it so long lool
can you see if there are anyone u know who is diabetic or artritis? cause if there are some u might know in the area, i can get a box now to u of these things ok smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
hugs ur big sis
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