AMAR helps people in areas of conflict, civil disorder and disruption, rebuilding lives and communities through professional health and education services.
AMAR has been working since 1991 to deliver services to refugees, internally displaced persons and other under served populations affected by human-caused and natural disasters in Iraq, Lebanon and elsewhere in the Middle East and South Asia.
AMAR helps people in areas of conflict, civil disorder and disruption, rebuilding lives within communities under stress by creating and sustaining professional services in medicine, public health, education and basic need provision. We rebuild lives.
AMAR’s purpose is to relieve poverty, distress or suffering by providing medical, rehabilitative, financial, public health or educational assistance to individuals or communities in any part of the world, in particular, victims of war, civil disturbance, natural disaster or breaches of human rights.