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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 the health sector. AISPO operates in many developing countries and crisis areas: to date it is present in the Autonomous Region of Kurdistan (Iraq), in Sudan, in South Sudan, in Egypt, in Vietnam, in Sierra Leone and in Colombia.

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AISPO – Support to the development of human resources in the health sector in the Red Sea State- Sudan (ENG)

From 2017 to 2019, the University of Sassari and AISPO accomplished great results in the framework of the project “Support to the development of human resources in the health sector in the Red Sea State- Sudan” thanks to AICS funding. This video shows the results achieved by the team over the past three years including hospital ward and laboratory renovations; training, technical assistance and scholarships between Port Sudan, Milan, Sassari and Khartoum; supply of medical and laboratory equipment; development and implementation of clinical protocols, guidelines and research methods; and research collaboration between Sudanese and Italian scientific institutions.

OUR ONGOING PROJECTS

  • SUDAN – Support to the vulnerable population of Mayo through the distribution of food parcels and hygiene kits to cope with the COVID-19 emergency plus the creation of a water collection system

  • SOUTH SUDAN – COVID-19 emergency response in Western Bahr el Ghazal by strengthening 6 outlying health centres, liaising with the Al-Mukta isolation centre in Wau and raising awareness in the local communities where IDPs live.

  • COLOMBIA- Intervention for the improvement of health conditions and risk management of the population victim of armed conflict and of migrants living in the Pacific Coast, through a strategy of Primary Health Care, Psychosocial support and strengthening of local capacities

  • KURDISTAN – Support Duhok Directorate of Health in providing quality health services at Hevi Hospital through the expansion of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the harmonization of wards, to address the needs of Syrian refugees and the host community

  • KURDISTAN – Transferring Duhok Hevi PaediatricTeaching Hospital best practices in neonatal and paediatric critical care to Rapareen PaediatricsTeaching Hospital

  • SUDAN – Family Medicine in Kassala State: Strengthening skills in ‘family medicine’ for health center workers and training for students at the Academy of Medical Sciences

  • SUDAN – Port Sudan – Support to the public health sector of the Red Sea State in its educational and infrastructural components with focus on mother and child health

  • KURDISTAN-Accessibility, inclusiveness and quality of basic health services for minors in the Province of Duhok and Nineveh plain

  • MADAGASCAR – TRANO NY RENY (the mother’s house) – Integrated social and health program for young women in need in the city of Ambanja

  • EGYPT – Support to the improvement of nursing care in 3 Governorates in Egypt

  • KURDISTAN – Strengthening HRH (Human Resources for Health) in Duhok Province

  • KURDISTAN – Support to mother and child and critical care services in Duhok province (Phase II) – the EU MADAD Fund

  • KURDISTAN – Support DGoH-Duhok in providing quality mental health services to address the needs of IDPs, refugees and host communities

  • KURDISTAN (Iraq) – Support to mental health services for children and adolescents in the Duhok Province

  • 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