To leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of healing for every child so that no child suffers because they did not have access to the highest quality medical care
Oftentimes medical communities of emerging countries lack the proper training to deal with paediatric medical care, particularly in underprivileged and remote communities in the Middle East. Mortality rates due to congenital heart defects in the Middle East are among the highest in the world. Coupled with over capacity, understaffed and underfunded government hospitals, families in these communities are unlikely to receive proper medical care. As long as current local conditions persist in the Middle East there will be a need to facilitate medical care locally and transportation to life saving surgeries abroad. This type of intervention is particularly needed by Iraqi, Syrian and Yazidi children in Iraqi Kurdistan where Love Them All started its operations.