AISPO – Italian Association for Solidarity Among People

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AISPO

AISPO, Italian Association for Solidarity Among People, 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), Sudan, South Sudan, Egypt, Vietnam, Sierra Leone, Lebanon, Mozambique, Madagascar and Colombia.

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

A video describing AISPO’s activities in the framework of an important EU-funded project (EU Madad Trust Fund) in Iraqi Kurdistan, which ended in December 2021. The project involved 5 hospitals in Dhuok Governorate, the most exposed to the Syrian crisis. The video was created in the framework of the project “Support to mother and child and critical care services in Duhok province” (Phase II) funded by the European Union, through the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian crisis, the EU Madad Fund.

Watch other AISPO videos on YouTube here!  

OUR ONGOING PROJECTS

  • SUDAN – Training related to family and community medicine for the health operators of the Health Centers of Khartoum and Port Sudan

  • SUDAN – Training related to family and community medicine for the hralth operators of the Health Centers of Khartoum and Port Sudan

  • SOUTH SUDAN – Response to the COVID-19 emergency and Health Nutrition issues in Western Bahr el Ghazal by strengthening 8 peripheral health centers, activating the referral system with health facilities in Wau, and raising awareness among local communities where IDPs reside.

  • SUDAN – Nursing Sciences at Comboni College: inclusive teaching for outcast Christian minorities

  • SIERRA LEONE – Support to the blood transfusion system – phase II

  • KURDISTAN – Support Duhok DGoH in improving neonatal and pediatric services to address the needs of Syrian refugees and host community in Duhok Province

  • MADAGASCAR – Malagasy Dina and telemedicine to improve maternal and child health in Ambanja

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

  • SUDAN – Support to the Central Laboratory of the Kassala Health Citadel

  • MOZAMBIQUE – Support to Environmental Research (BIOFORMOZ)

  • 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