Hygiene as a Priority
Natural disasters, violence, poverty, war, and conflict create unthinkable problems. Sometimes the most basic human requirements are those no one thinks to address.
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.
Quick response is key when there are unforeseen tragedies that occur such as the recent 7.3 earthquake that hit the Iran/Iraq border area recently. Felt in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation rallied its local resources for an immediate response and impact that amazed those whose lives were indeed compromised.
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.
Halabja Earthquake Victims Receive Help
It is about 500 km. from Erbil to Halabja, Iraqi Kurdistan. The residents here suffered from the recent 7.1 magnitude earthquake that recently hit the area.
11 Tons of Love
NGO’s deliver help to people whose lives are in desperate situations, politics are not a consideration for this help. Help is determined by PEOPLE’s NEED.
Delivery of Football Pitches
We’re feeling excited today at Bring Hope because we’ve just received a delivery from 3G Pitches at our HQ in Amsterdam. The packages contain the materials for two brand football pitches that we will building in Kurdistan
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.
Halabja Province has never been recognized as such by the Iraqi government, there is no budget for it and no funds are allocated to Halabja for operations of any kind.
4 July 2017…. As the truckload of supplies was being delivered straight into the hands of civilians still captive in the conflict zone in Mosul, Iraq, shots rang out and the humanitarian aid delivery truck was struck several times by bullets from ISIS fighters determined to stop innocent people from receiving food, milk, tea, rice, medicines and more.