With the situation in Iraqi Kurdistan very difficult for those in the healthcare industry, treating patients effectively is often dubious.
Earthquake damage is still very much a part of people’s lives who were affected. While the media moves on to other stories of the day, people who have suffered from natural disasters such as the 7.1 earthquake continue to struggle in their recovery.
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.
Kevin Campbell & Thomas Campbell on Sputnik RT
The Campbell brothers are bringing their love of football to the killing fields of Iraq - with Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation - so we invited them into the Sputnik studio to tell us more about their post-game endeavours.
Sulaymaniyah International Airport
Community involvement is a key ingredient for any NGO. Becoming a partner and “go to” organization when there is a crisis or when resources aren’t enough to meet demand by those whose job it is to provide for the population it serves is of utmost importance to Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation.
Iraq Hope Association Receives Medicine
Iraq Hope Association works in Baghdad, Erbil, Basra and Kirkuk. They also operate a health clinic in Hassan Sham U2 Refugee Camp. On 19 July 2017 Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation provides over $100,000 worth of medicine to them for use in Hassan Sham U2 clinic.
I Was a Tailor
In Syria I was a tailor with a good job. In 2013 ISIS killed my relative, I lost my job and became frightened for my family and how we would survive. When ISIS controlled my city of Hassaka I took my family out and came to Iraqi Kurdistan. My name is Mahmood Abdulhamid Said Mustafa, I am 37 years old and have three daughters, two sons and my wife is Tarfa.
Bringing Hope to Africa
As part of an ever-expanding mission to provide collaborative humanitarian support to people whose living conditions and ability to access basic human survival services and commodities, such as healthy food, clean water, decent living conditions and basic health care including medications, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation is pleased to announce its latest Initiative in Lesotho.
Imagine living every day fearful that if you return home you will be killed and tortured. That is how Jassem Mohammed Mahmwood, 20 years old feels. He refused to enter the ISIS army and is now a wanted man, to be killed if found.
14 year-old Hazem has 4 brothers and 1 sister, his father has but 1 kidney and needs medical attention. They came from Mosul and it took two days to reach Hasan Sham U2 Refugee Camp. It was very hard for them, but they escaped ISIS.
More Medicine Provides Hope
On July 04, 2017 Hassan Sham, Khazr, Chamkur and other refugee camps in and around Iraqi Kurdistan received another load of medical drugs from Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation through the distribution to DAMA NGO.
Each person’s life tells a story, each story is a unique experience that when shared gives others perspectives that are new or shared in some way. This is Samira’s story, a 50-year- old refugee from Mosul, Iraq living in Bahrka Camp in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Sewing Gives Refugees Life Purpose
Recently, a young woman from the UK named Paula Horsfall volunteered to help Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation’s Sewing Initiative come to life in Baharka Refugee Camp.
Dreaming of Being Great – Like Messi or Neymar
Have you ever dreamed of wanting to achieve something really great? Osama Muhammed Khalaf does, he wants to be a great football player, the likes of Neymar or Messi.
I Would Like A Bike
Mazlum Nizam Baker is one of 7 children living in Kawergows Refugee Camp with his mother and father. They came from Hasaka, Syria by walking, he was very tired and they walked without anything with them, even water.
4 years and counting…
Qamishli is among the 10 largest cities in Syria by population, about 184,231. It is a city in northeastern Syria, on the border with Turkey and close to Iraq. This is where Anas Ahmed Hassan called home with his 5 brothers and 1 sister until war forced them out.
Roadside Sleeping and Constant Fear
In Harsham Refugee Camp, 8 year-old Ammar Salim recounts how he and his family came to be here. “We came from Mosul where we were happy until ISIS arrived, we escaped and slept on the roadside, we were always afraid ISIS would catch us. It took one year to reach Harsham Camp.”