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. People who live in refugee camps or other settlements, people who live below the poverty line and minorities often don’t get proper medical access. Either because of a lack of medicines and doctors or just simply because they don’t even get the attention and help.
Last week we were able to donate many different kinds of medicines to the hospital in Sulaymaniyah in Iraqi Kurdistan. The medicines we provided will treat different diseases and will help a lot of people with pain relief, long term treatments and treatments for infections and other illnesses. The hospital will make these medicines available to people who otherwise won’t be able to get the treatment and care they need and deserve.
The management of the hospital showed us their gratitude and are grateful for the support we are able to offer. But for us it’s all about bringing hope and helping those in need.