Jul 8, 2020

Update on BASR's project and COVID 19 outbreak

Dear friends,

Thank you for your tremendous support to BASR, and in helping us in purchasing medications and medical supplies.

These past few months have been very difficult worldwide, especially on the healthcare sector that is dealing with COVID 19 pandemic. The struggle to get all personal protective equipment (PPEs), medications and supplies amidst a lockdown is very real, with increased costs, access difficulties, reduced supplies and increasing numbers of patients.

Currently in Palestine, we are encountering a second wave of the pandemic and the number of patients is rapidly increasing. This increases the need for all these supplies and we have to be prepared for the worst, protect our patients and our medical teams who are on the frontlines. Amidst this time, I would like to share with you the link for our other campaign specific to countering COVID 19: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/help-basr-counter-covid19/ please consider donating and sharing the link with those interested.

Through your support, we are able to continue purchasing the needed medications and medical supplies for our patients, and for the departments to continue operating and serve everyone. Your generous contributions, allows us to procure antibiotics, heart medications, ENT and ophthalmic items and meds. In addition to, supplies utilized at the emergency room, laboratory and blood bank.

We thank you for standing beside us amidst this difficult time, and we hope that you continue your support to us especially in these critical moments where our need expands to PPEs and further infection control items.

May safety and health reside with you and your loved ones.

Best wishes,


Mar 10, 2020

Update on BASR's project and Coronavirus outbreak

Dear friends and supporters,

Thank you for your support to BASR in its crisis, we highly appreciate your commitment to our cause.

The past few months, we received different donations which were utilized to support our laboratory and pharmacy services to all inpatients and outpatients. We were able to purchase different consumables, medications and supplies that supports all of our departments, and allows us to continue to serve our community.

Unfortunately, this month, 25 Coronavirus cases were confirmed and 2500 patients are under home isolation all in Bethlehem, and the numbers are increasing. This has led to announcing an emergency lockdown to the city, and closing entrances to Bethlehem.

As the only non-governmental hospital in Beit Jala, we are currently dealing with this emergency situation, and we still need your support to help us purchase masks, sanitizers, sanitized gowns, fever reducers, antibiotics, gloves and hygiene kits. By following infection control measures, we can help maintain our patients, medical teams, staff and facilities safe, and in turn help control the spreading of the virus in the community as well.

Your generosity has helped us these past months, and we hope that you will continue your support to us by donating and sharing our campaign link with your network.

Thank you for helping the city of Bethlehem amidst this crisis,


Raneen Al-Arja

Dec 11, 2019

Update on BASR's project

Dear friends,

As we reach the end 2019, we look back at our campaign and supporters, and can't be but Thankful for your tremendous generosity!

Thanks to your donations, we are close to reaching our campaign goal! Your generous support has enabled us to purchase different medications for cardiology, neurology, opthalmology, along with antibiotocs and medical supplies that ensured our continous operations, and the ability to provide our patients with constant care.

We are greatful for your support, and do hope that this holiday season you continue to spread the word about our work and our campaign. 

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, and a blessed New Year!



Raneen Al-Arja

WARNING: Javascript is currently disabled or is not available in your browser. GlobalGiving makes extensive use of Javascript and will not function properly with Javascript disabled. Please enable Javascript and refresh this page.