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.
A Truck Full of Love
A semi full of love, at least that is how we at Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation look at the deliveries we receive. Today 8 January 2017, this enormous semi delivered so much love to the warehouse in Erbil.
WOW! What a day for the children and parents of Ashti refugee camp. There were presents galore as Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation distributed holiday cheer and provided hope to these children.
You Don’t Always Have to Look That Far
Who doesn’t like a Christmas miracle? I think we all want to believe in miracles, or at least feel we can experience something of a miracle. I think that’s why people give part of themselves to good causes, to help someone less fortunate than they are.
Continuing Support to Rwanduz Hospital
In our continuing effort to provide on-going assistance to regional and local hospitals in Iraqi Kurdistan we delivered 57 cartons of medications valued at approximately $95,000 to Rwanduz Hospital.
Germany’s Heart is So Big
As winter fast approaches, so too does the need for clothes and items to help people living in refugee camps and on the streets, get through the cold nights.
The Differences Make Things Brighter
When Humanitarian agencies think outside the box, they do not dismiss the value of providing diverse types of items, today, 26 October 2017 637 kilos were delivered to Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation through Humanitarian Resources International Foundation (HRIF) that included such things as flower bulbs and household haberdashery.
On the Streets of Dashti Basht
Every person on this earth endures challenges, no one is exempt from life tragedies, they just come in different ways, I have been told the amount of hardship given is related to how strong people are and how much they can bear.
62 players of Erbil’s Sports Club receive new Adidas football shoes donated from an organization in the UK and distributed by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
SEWAN Organization Receives More Help
450 cartons containing clothes, diapers, dishes, and more were donated to SEWAN Women’s Empowerment Organization 11 October 2017 by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation. In March 2017 Bring Hope donated other needed items to SEWAN such as shampoo, Adidas shoes, clothes and toys.
12 Ton Truck Delivers Hope Once Again
As this 12 ton truck pulls into the Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation warehouse the excitement grows because the staff here knows how much difference this delivery will make for so many refugees who struggle on a daily basis just to survive.
Germany and the UK Make Real Contributions
With the new loads of clothing and sheets from Germany and shoes from the UK, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation can put together another 2000 packages for refugees throughout the Mosul area.
Running The London & Wilmslow Marathons For Bring Hope
The amazing thing about sport is it doesn’t require money, it doesn’t cost anything to get outside and go for a run, and this is exactly was Caroline realised. She was on her own with a child, she didn’t have a lot of money, but running was a great escape - it was an opportunity to get outdoors, keep fit and most importantly, clear her mind.
Germany Sends More
The clothes come in all shapes and sizes for adults, children, men and women, nothing is asked for to receive these items except that you be in need.
Kurdistan Hemophilia Society Receives Donations
For people who suffer from hemophilia, life can be very dangerous. People with hemophilia A often bleed longer than other people. Bleeds can occur internally, into joints and muscles, or externally, from minor cuts, dental procedures or trauma.
Imagine the Enormity
When this enormous truck pulls into the warehouses of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation loaded top to bottom with donation items of all types, such as boots and clothes for the upcoming winter season, the work begins to unload and sort.
11 tons of clothes and shoes arrive from Germany 16 July 2017 for distribution among the refugee camps in and around Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.
The main warehouses of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation are in West Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. There are 4 main storage areas where the loading and unloading of donations are continuous.
Erbil Health Centre Receives More Medicine
Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation delivered another load of medicines to the Erbil Health Center whose previous lack of access to medication was detrimental in allowing patient treatment to be efficient and productive.
First Football Pitch Inaugurated
Excitement was to be inaugurated by a real celebrity. Indeed, former UK footballer Kevin Joseph Campbell was present at Harsham Camp in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan for this historic event. Kevin’s participation and heartfelt compassion shined through to all present at this event. He knows all too well how football changes lives.
2000 cans of milk powder, 20 boxes of bandages and gauzes, and four boxes of medications – enough for up to 2000 treatments were recently delivered to the organization, Free Burma Rangers (FBR) by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Malnourished Infant Receives Milk Powder
We are constantly reminded how fragile life is when we meet a two-month-old refugee baby who arrived in Chamakor Camp three days ago. This small baby girl from West Mosul named Moamen Abduallah arrived at the Camp with her mother, Amina, 28 years old who was severely malnourished and could not produce enough milk to feed little Moamen. This tiny child was so malnourished she could not hold her head up.