Preemptive Love Coalition Prepares to Serve 150,000 Syrians Affected by Recent Attacks

Preemptive Love Coalition recently released an update on the crisis in Syria. According to their site, 70 were reported to have been killed in Douma, Syria (just outside of Damascus) after a chemical attack on April 7. Thousands are fleeing the city in the wake of the attacks.

Preemptive Love Coalition has been stationed in the area for some time. The organization has been serving thousands through “operating mobile medical clinics” within a mile of Douma. In the aftermath of this past weekend, they are expecting more than 100,000 people to be headed their way in need of aid.

The organization says they are ready to provide aid for the influx of exiles but could use an increase in support.

More details here.

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Note: An earlier version of this article said that PLC had been operating within a mile of Damascus, which should have been Douma.

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