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.
BringHope donated 2000 cans of milk powders (for ages 0-6months & 6-12 months), 20 boxes of bandages and gauze, and four boxes of medications .
Loading of milk powder and bandages from BringHope’s 2000sqm warehouse in Erbil/Iraqi Kurdistan before Justin takes the items to western Mosul to help newly arrived refugees.
FBR, represented here by Justin, is an American organization working on the ground in Iraqi Kurdistan which has the ability to reach the most vulnerable groups of Mosul refugees. Bring Hope has previously donated medicine and food to FBR and considers their organization to be a serious partner of Bring Hope and a key player for humanitarian assistance in the area.
FBR, represented here by Justin, American organization working on the ground in Iraqi Kurdistan which has the ability to reach the most vulnerable groups of Mosul refugees.
The medicines supplied are a studied composite of 60-65 different items; the most needed for people in disaster areas as determined through years of study by international organizations who directly work in disaster relief. This unique mix of medications was compiled and supplied to Bring Hope through IHP (International Health Partners) in London, another cooperating partner.