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AISPO

AISPO is a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO – nonprofit entity) founded by a group of operators at the Scientific Institute San Raffaele Hospital of Milan. The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs formally recognized AISPO in 1985 as an organisation suited to implement international cooperation activities in developing countries. AISPO is involved in a variety of projects to fight poverty, social injustice and the many diseases that affect the poorest people in the world.

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Support to the Emergency-Urgency System in the Duhok Governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan

Because of the conflict with ISIS in the region, the Duhok Health Department had to expand their emergency services (122) to provide assistance to the host communities, displaced populations including over 24 IDP and Syrian refugee camps and an entire frontline where Peshmerga were fighting. During 3 years of AICS-funded projects (2015-2018), AISPO was able to contribute to the development of better emergency \ urgency services in the region with training activities, supply of medical equipment and construction of a new laboratory and radio system. This video shows the results accomplished during the three years of projects.

OUR PROJECTS

  • SUDAN- Support to the rural communities in the Kassala State to face the malnutrition of pregnant women, young mothers of children under the age of five and their children

  • COLOMBIA – Intervention for the improvement of health conditions in the rural population of the Pacific Coast, victims of the armed conflict, without access to health services through health promotion actions and prevention of diseases

  • KURDISTAN (Iraq) – Support to mental health services for minors and youth in the Duhok Governorate

  • SUDAN- Support to the Port Sudan Teaching Obstetric Hospital to tackle the malnutrition of pregnant women, young mothers of children under five years old and their children.

  • SIERRA LEONE – Creation of the first Transfusion Center in Sierra Leone

  • SOUTH SUDAN – Strengthening services provided by the Comboni Hospital in Wau in its clinical and educational responsibilities also in response to the migration flows of South Sudan

  • KURDISTAN (Iraq) – Critical care and lifesaving services for the most vulnerable patients referred to Duhok Emergency Hospital (KR-I)

  • KURDISTAN (Iraq) – Support to the emergency-urgency health care system in Zakho, in Duhok governorate

  • SUDAN – Support to medical education of public institutions in Kassala State