Mentally Ill Receive Help
Across the world there are those individuals who suffer from mental illness. Some suffer more than others, some conditions are more humane than others, but one thing is certain, people having chronic conditions such as schizophrenia must be under the care and supervision of a psychiatrist and must have access to medication that helps them live better quality lives.
Education Erbil Hospital
Another first contact for Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation with Education Erbil Hospital. This is quite a big hospital and today, 19 December 2017, we are sending them 43 cartons of medicine valued at $58,000.
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.
Small Health Center Depends on Medicines
It is not the size of the health center that matters as much as the access it provides to those people it serves. Often though, smaller centers find it very difficult to access medicine that, in general, has been in short supply.
Cooperation and Compassion
Heevi Organization and Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation have been cooperating with each other for quite some time. This cooperation is a direct result of Bring Hope’s efforts to ensure hospitals and other health organization have the tools needed for them to keep people healthy. Medication is a scarce commodity.
Kasnazan Health Clinic
Kasnazan Health Clinic received 39 cartons of medication from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation. These were all types of medication required to meet growing demand from the surge in population seen by this area from displaced persons and refugees due to regional conflict.
Economic constraints greatly affect the lives of people, but those in need of medical help have an even greater challenge when hospitals do not have adequate resources to care for those in need.
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.
Shortage of Medications Brings Plea for Help
As staff and volunteers unload the 75 cartons of medicines and medical equipment delivered to Rizgary Hospital in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan on 28 November 2017, the hospital’s manager pleads for more help.
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.
Rizgary Hospital Erbil
s part of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation’s immediate on-the-ground response to the 7.3 magnitude earthquake that rocked the region, Rizgary Hospital in Erbil received medicines of all types.
Khansa Hospital in Mosul Receives Truckloads of Aid
In direct cooperation with Khansa Hospital and Dr. Safwan located in Mosul, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation provides several truckloads full of medicines, medical equipment and other medical supplies for this teaching hospital.
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
Filling a “BIG GAP”
Hevi is a national NGO that for the last 3 years has focused their efforts on serving IDP’s and refugees within their host communities (those communities that offered protection from the war and ISIS) by providing medical and health support in the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
Hot Weather Bring Influx of Patients
Raparin Hospital in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan treats more than 1200 patients every day, this high influx of patients creates a gap in medicine available for treatment. “Most of the patients are children who need quick treatment,” says Mohammed.