- Medical aid
More Treatments Donated for Cancer Patients
Some things are harder to talk about than others. Things like diseases, illness and disabilities. But most of us are confronted with it one way or another. Cancer for example is a disease that made its way into the lives of many of us.
We try to donate and distribute medications as often as we possibly can. We know the need for it and that it is incredibly essential and possibly lifesaving to many people who won’t have access to medicines otherwise.
Medicine Distribution for Victims of Chemical Warfare
Recently our Bring Hope team visited a hospital located in Halabja, Iraq Kurdistan. This hospital treats victims of chemical warfare.
Medicine Distribution at the Nanakali Hospital
In December 2018 we were able to provide the Nanakali Hospital in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan with the much-needed medicine Cyclophosphamide.
Ble Hospital Receives Medicine Donation
Ble Hospital is located in the Barzan region of Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. It is a small hospital but has the same needs as all the other hospitals within Kurdistan, the need for medication to treat the increasing demand.
Domiz Refugee Camp
Domiz Refugee Camp for Syrian refugees has seen an incredible influx of people. They have 6 specialized physicians and a general health care center with a women’s section, psychology, general practitioner and family medicine.
There is Never Enough
In Duhok Province, Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan the Ministry of Health once again seeks the assistance of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Finding a Path
It is not an easy task to reach those most in need, medicine is so important when treating people in war zones and constant areas of conflict.
Medicine Always in Short Supply
Rizgary Hospital located in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the largest and busiest hospitals in the city. Treating more than 800 patients per day, Rizgary Hospital has seen a constant increase in volume from years of turmoil within the region.
Refugee Health Centers in Crisis
Ibrahim Khaled an official of the Baharka Refugee Camp Health Center reports treating 80-150 sick people every day which he estimates totals between 2800-3000 people in a month.
When people are marginalized because of their economic status, nothing good comes of it. When people who are poor cannot or will not seek treatment for medical conditions, the community suffers.
In Masif City lies Bermam Hospital who received 75 cartons of medicines and medical equipment on 20 February 2018 from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Imperiled Hospitals Question Ability to Treat
With the refugee crisis and internally displaced people at an all-time high, the hospitals within Iraqi Kurdistan stand bravely to continue providing medical treatment to patients in need of their services.
Halabja Receives More Aid
Another load of medicines was provided to the Halabja Health Director by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation as the situation in Halabja has not improved.
With the situation in Iraqi Kurdistan very difficult for those in the healthcare industry, treating patients effectively is often dubious.
France, Ireland, and the UK Provide Medicines
Barzan Health Director in Iraqi Kurdistan has requested help in obtaining medication many times from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
DAMA & BHHF
In our on-going collaboration with DAMA (Doctors Aid Medical Activities) Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation provided another 18 cartons of medicines to help meet their growing demand
Poverty and an Imperiled Future
Iraqi Kurdistan, a place whose arms were extended to those people surrounding them who were trying desperately to escape war, conflict, and the issues accompanying such areas of struggle.
Mysteries Health Clinic
Small health centers are often the most overlooked, especially in an overburdened system such as the one that exists in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Health Director Seeks Aid
Supporting community health is a top priority for Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation. Healthy communities are better able to be productive, children who are healthy stay in school and continue to learn and be good citizens.
Treating the Sick
Rizgari Hospital in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan treats more than 700 patients every day. In an economic crisis, Kurdistan is in desperate need for medicine to treat the ill.
Women, Children and the Disadvantaged
WAHA Organization (Women and Health Alliance) has branches to serve women, children and the disadvantaged in Mosul, Erbil, Salahuddin, Kayara, Duhok, and Xazer & Debka Refugee Camps with approximately 100 – 120 sick patient cases see per day.