Aleppo and Afrin Receive Hope
In an almost impossible environment, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation in collaboration with Free Burma Rangers provided medicines to those suffering in Syria.
Escaping Brings Tragedy Then Hope
“It was a dark night when suddenly the sky became like day, it was colorful from the shots and gunpowder. We were suddenly attacked by armed men wearing black clothes, they were frightening and looked like horrible shapes with long beards.” This is recounted from Ahmed Ali, a 12-year-old boy
Born in 1951, she is 67 years old with ten children. She lost her husband in 1991 when her oldest son was 12 years.
My Father Volunteered to Fight
Medya is 36 years old. Her father Jawhaer Bapir Hamadamin was an actor, but in 1991 he volunteered to fight in the Kurdish revolution.
A Father’s Story
Kareen Salh Bapir was born in 1940. His son Mohamad Kareen Salh was just 19 years old when he passed fighting in the Kurdish revolution in the south of Kurdistan in 1991.
This is Jwan Rasul Ahmad, she is 42 years old and lives with her mother and single brother.
After the Journey – to Escape
Tubazawa in Rezgari District is 40 km from Erbil. This distance affects their ability to receive aid for the people who reside here. The area has been a landing spot for refugees and IDP’s from different regions and sects.
Making a Powerful Difference
600 disadvantaged families identified through Sewan Women’s Organization are receiving clothes, tea, sugar, pillows, boots, dishes, soup, and carpets due to the donation by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation of 564 cartons of aid.
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.
Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation Launches Emergency Response Team
When tragedy strikes, the response for help should be swift and helpful which is why Bring Hope has launched a new initiative to provide regular visits to refugee camps and other areas where an emergency response team may be a valuable asset.
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.
Rain and Floods Increase Suffering of Refugees
Over 240,000 Syrian refugees have entered Iraq since the beginning of the Syrian crisis. Most reside within the three northern governorates of Duhok, Erbil, and Sulaymaniyah.
Mohammed’s Story - Supporting International Childhood Cancer Day
15 February 2018 is International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD) and Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation visited Nanakali Hospital to distribute toys and gifts for the children here.
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.
Fatima Abdel Karim is 39 years old. Fatima has two boys, Dirsem, 15 and Bland, 9 who live with her in Basirma Refugee Camp.
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.
Food and Clothes to Syrian Refugees
Established in 2016, Spring of Hope Foundation is located in Shari ware city within Duhok Province boundaries, Iraqi Kurdistan.
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