In Support of West Erbil Emergency Hospital
Another 72 cartons of various medicines were delivered to West Erbil Emergency Hospital by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation on 4 January 2018.
Emergency Hospital Erbil
On 14 December 2017 Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation was pleased to make another 1st contact. It is important for us as an organization to expand humanitarian aid because that means more people are being reached and helped.
Strained Health Systems Seek Support
In June 2017 the USAID acting Administrator released a statement on World Refugee Day stating, “We remain deeply concerned by the more than 22 million refugees forced from their homes by conflict and persecution.” He continued to describe the tragic fact that half these refugees are children and how 41 million people are internally displaced within their own borders.
Permam General Hospital
19 November 2017, 11 cartons of medicine and other medical equipment were delivered to Permam General Hospital by Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Sulaymania Emergency Center in Desperate Need
Medicine and medical equipment being loaded 27 July 2017 from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation warehouses bound for Sulaymania Emergency Center.
Sulaymania Emergency Hospital Receives Medicine Donation
Sulaymania is one of the major cities in both Iraqi Kurdistan and Iraq, situated 385 km north of Baghdad and 198 km northeast of Erbil. It has only one emergency hospital and therefore, it receives an overload of patients
West Erbil Emergency Hospital
In 2015, West Emergency Hospital in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan was in a very bad situation from lack of available medication. The Kurdistan government and other humanitarian agencies stepped up, but the help is scarce and insufficient. Today, 11 July 2017, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation delivered a load of urgently needed medication to them with an estimated cost of $3,000.
Mosul Hospital Left in Shreds
Just one month ago, in April 2017, Isis was pushed out of the section of Mosul where Al Khansa Hospital is located. Shards of former beds, walls and equipment litter the hospital. Many areas no longer even have walls, rather paltry remnants of what had been walls. Signage indicates this is a hospital, some areas are in better shape, but no area is free from the ravages that were bestowed upon this healing center.