MENA Organization for Rare Diseases was established to serve and support people with rare diseases in the region of Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

People with rare diseases and their families face many difficulties because of the scarceness of knowledge about these conditions and limited support available for them. The goals of MENA Organization for Rare Diseases are to educate, connect, and support:

Educate

we aim to educate, spread knowledge, and increase awareness about rare diseases among healthcare provides, patients and their families, researchers, public, pharmaceutical companies, laboratories, administrators, and decision makers. We achieve this goal through organizing scientific conferences, family meetings, social activities, workshops, and training programs. We also utilize online tools including publishing newsletters, create educational webpages, and place posts on social media.

Connect

we aim to connect people to exchange knowledge about rare disease. We organize social events to connect families with rare disease. We also create database for rare disease and establish webpage platform to enable online communication among families with rare diseases. We also establish databases for healthcare providers to be able to connect individuals with rare diseases to healthcare providers.

Support

we aim to provide support for individuals with rare diseases and their families through establishing family support groups and facilitating receiving services from laboratories, healthcare facilities, rehabilitation centers, and social organizations.

Upcoming event
logo
Our management team
profile

Professor Ayman El-Hattab

Founder & President

profile

Engineer Mais Kanan

Director

profile

Engineer Ayoub Rahmani

IT Manager

profile

Mrs. Hala Tannira

Marketing and Media Manager

profile

Ms. Faye Patdu

Event Manager

Contact

Address: MENA Organization for Rare Diseases FZ-LLC, SD2-137, 2nd floor, Dubai Science Park, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Phone Number: +971 50 359 7474

Email Address: contact@menararediseases.com