When people suffer from health conditions that go untreated because medication is unavailable, society also suffers. People cannot be good, productive citizens when they are ill. To create a system where society steps up to answer the needs of its citizens, collaboration without expectation is most certainly necessary. To help create a better system and enhance societies ability to care for the population it serves, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation works with Health Directors whose population requires more from them than they can currently provide. One such area receiving medicine from Bring Hope on 20 July 2017 is Mergasor District. This is a district in northern Erbil Governorate in the northern Iraqi Kurdistan region. The district encompasses five sub-districts: Barzan, Goratu, Ble, Piran, and Shirawan Mezn with a total of 67 villages. On this day, and in cooperation with the Mergasor Health Director, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation has provided approximately $86,000 worth of medicines that are much needed to treat the people within the District and who now have no access to these medicines to treat their health issues. To help Bring Hope continue to provide health and medicine aid, see bringhope.info
- Medical aid
- Mergasor District
BHHF story writer
Melusina Sampont spent 30 years in healthcare, 10 years as a hospital CEO in the United States and has also worked internationally in the Middle East. Works as a consultant for Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.