WHAT IS TMC?

The Medical Campaign, accredited by the ministry of education in Dubai (KHDA) and founded by Medical Students, is on a mission to empower children and teenagers aged 4 to 18 with medical education. Our goal is to enhance global medical knowledge, starting with young learners, while equipping them with life-saving skills to unlock their extraordinary potential.

Accredited By

The Team

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Regional Manager

Sela Papazian

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New York University

Tatiana Houhou

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Sama Ayoub

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Khalifa University

Rami Saab

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HR Manager

Maria Audi

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Mohammed Bin Rashid University

Mohamed Asbaita

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Nour Moussa

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Fatma Jassim Al Mohammed

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Jessica Maria Badawi

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Balamand University

Cindy Zotti

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Hussam Kawas

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Mia Elias

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Maria Baalbaky

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Lebanese University

Celine Khairallah

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Vincent Nehme

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Rita Alawieh

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Romy Feghaly

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Lebanese University

Gaelle Ghazal

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Balamand University

Nehme Mikhael

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Sara Khanfour

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American University of Beirut

Youmna Rouhana

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Balamand University

Imad Boulos

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Balamand University

Serena Al Khoury

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Saint Joseph University of Beirut

Caline Bou Akl Darido

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Lebanese university

Georgia Naji Chkayban

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Balamand University

Joenne Al Khoury

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Kareem Fanous

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Nour Jaouni

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Zena Sinan

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Lebanese University

Elie Asswad

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Project Manager in Lebanon

Rawad Tayah

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Raghad Ibrahim

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Abdulrahman Al-Namla

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Shahad Ibrahim

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Mahmoud Yousef

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Huda Salameh

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Jane Manyama

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Lina Al-Ani

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Surin Lee

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Financial Manager

Eddy Samaha

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Aisha Serpedin

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Hala Fouad

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Leena Fatima Syed

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Haya Ali Al-Kuwari

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Aimen Javed

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Al Dana Jamal Al-Khalaf

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New York University

Aliya Koishina

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Khalifa University

Amir Obeid

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Khalifa University

Ayman Mobin

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Khalifa University

Mohammed Abdulrahman

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Canadian University

Jana Adel

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American University of Beirut

Aya Ghezzaoui

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University of Wollongong

Romario Abou Chedid

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American University of Beirut

Natalie Abbasi

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Mohammed Bin Rashid University

Ghazal Saeed

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American University of Beirut

Bushra Mokhtar

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American University of Sharjah

Aliya Fatima Damji

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Mohammed Bin Rashid University

Hala Nasseif

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Mohammed Bin Rashid University

Hana Mokhtar

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American University of Sharjah

Jad Lezbare

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Weill Cornell Medicine Qatar

Athba khalid

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Khalifa University

Paula Samaha

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Khalifa University

Layla Al Safadi

"The passion shared by The Medical Campaign’s bright medical students is infectious.

The kind of influence that money can’t buy!" – Leila Mroueh (United Kingdom)


The Founding Story

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Jad S Boustany, still a 16-year-old student at the time, always knew he wanted to become a Medical Doctor. He had so many unanswered medical questions and a deep craving for knowledge. He wrote a paper, outlining the concept of 'medical classes for children’, and kept it in his drawer for four years until June 2021.
Amidst an economic crisis, outrageously expensive medical school tuition, the COVID-19 pandemic, the tragic explosion in Beirut, and the loss of friends and family, Jad couldn't simply stand by. Armed with nothing but that 2017 document and his laptop, he created a PDF file titled 'The Medical Campaign' (initially thinking it would only last for a week) where he outlined the medical topics for kids and sent it to the people he was tutoring at the time – as he was also a coding and piano teacher.
Our very first student, Sari, who resides in Qatar, attended our first online medical class. In a nutshell, he enjoyed it so much that he brought his friends along for the next session. This marked the beginning of our journey. Gaining more traction within the first week of operations, we started growing our team with medical students from all universities across Lebanon.
We embarked on our first international partnership journey with Doha Healthcare Week, extending our classes to three prominent institutes within Qatar Academy: QAW, QAD, and QAS. This collaboration paved the way for our participation in the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), a transformative catalyst that has shaped our journey in Qatar. Can you find our previous logo on the board on the left?
After achieving a milestone of 500 students and as the COVID-19 crisis approached its end, The Medical Campaign inaugurated its first-ever 'Medical Week' hosted at Antwork in Beirut, Lebanon. The impact was far-reaching, and this inaugural Medical Week marked the beginning of a whole series of medical events to follow.
We established our first office at Antwork, where we had a team of four full-timers in addition to the 48 part-time medical students who continue to play integral roles in our ongoing impact.
We had our first collaborations with schools in Dubai that lead to the Registration of The Medical Campaign in the UAE and finally earning the KHDA accreditation.

Vision 2025

The Medical Campaign aspires to be a catalyst for positive change across multiple United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.


Through healthcare education for children (SDG 3), we strive to empower the next generation with the knowledge and skills to lead healthier lives, reducing health disparities and improving overall well-being. Our commitment to quality education initiatives (SDG 4) extends beyond healthcare, fostering a lifelong love for learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving among young minds. By fostering strategic global partnerships (SDG 17), we aim to amplify our impact, bringing together organizations, communities, and individuals who share our vision.


Through these collaborative efforts, we seek to create a broader, more holistic impact on the world, contributing to a sustainable, equitable, and prosperous future for all.

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