Monday 26-09-2016 | 12:58:43
The head of the mission, "Doctors Without Borders" in Iraq Thierry Hummeh, that the new hospital construction in the Amiriyah Fallujah camp aims to respond to the humanitarian needs enormous in Anbar, said: The new hospital will provide health care for the population groups most vulnerable and suffering from the deterioration of her health.
He added that the hospital, which is run by a group of 65 staff provides free medical care for the displaced and host communities in the Amiriyah Fallujah, regardless of race, religion, creed or political beliefs.
He continued that the organization's philosophy is based on providing a comprehensive and integrated health care, and in the light of the considerable needs and in an effort to bridge the huge gaps in the mental health sector in Anbar province, and work to integrate mental health care services within the activities in the hospital.
He described Hummeh conditions in areas of displacement as a "tragic," especially with regard to access to health care, either living conditions prevailing in the areas of return are not the best due to the large mass which hit as a result of military battles and the deterioration of infrastructure and basic services.
The organization "Doctors Without Borders" continuously working in Iraq since 2006, and to ensure the independence of its programs in Iraq do not receive funding from any government or religious view or from any international agency but relies exclusively on private funding from donors around the world to complete their work in Iraq .. the population of the human cadre of the organization in Iraq, more than 300 employees and operates in 11 provinces out of 19 in Iraq, including Baghdad and Anbar, Salahuddin, Nineveh and Diyala, Najaf and Karbala, Babil, Erbil and Sulaymaniyah and Dohuk.