Life-Saving Drugs Provided to Refugees
As the Syrian refugee crisis expands and is expected to dramatically increase over the next few months in relation to the fight for the city of Mosul, Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation BHHF) is off loading the last of many shipments of life-saving medical drugs at the Turkish-Kurdistan border.
In collaboration with the Kurdish Health Ministry and donations from western companies such as Holland based HRIF, UK based IHP, Canadian HPIC and German Medeor Action, BHHF has distributed more than 25 million dollars’ worth of medical drugs and supplies targeted at helping Syrian refugees and IDP’s in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The latest shipment containing 20 pallets of paracetamol together with other basic medical drugs are expected to save countless lives and relieve tremendous pain for a people whose lives have seen no end of pain already.
As the existing health system and availability is strained beyond the breaking point BHHF has stepped up their efforts to provide more drugs. In cooperation with a Canadian company the next planned drug shipment of impavido valued at more than 15 million dollars targets the flesh eating cutaneous disease Leshmaniasis which is common among refugees.