The mandatory medications were extremely expensive in a new country without any healthcare, but his life was in danger without them.
In 2014, ISIS surrounded the city where Nazar and his family lived. One morning Nazar woke to the sound of bombs, and he and his family decided to leave their home with nothing but the clothes on their backs and the little money they had.
In a new town with his two elderly parents, Nazar was also recovering from a kidney transplant. The mandatory medications were extremely expensive in a new country without any healthcare, but his life was in danger without them.
Help The Persecuted came alongside Nazar and his family by covering medical and living expenses. An individual from the United States whose niece had a kidney transplant heard Nazar’s story and was touched. Through Help The Persecuted, she paid a full year of his medications. Since then, Nazar has been able to relocate to Australia, where his medication can be fully covered. Without the critical support he received from Help The Persecuted, Nazar’s condition could have been fatal.