After our fundraising event in Newcastle during Refugee Week in June we will be remitting funds to support projects run by NGO “The Lotus Flower”.
The Lotus Flower run womens centres with their programmes based on the six pillars chosen in accordance with the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.Continue reading “Iraq 2019”
The year has commenced with more urgent medical cases needing funding. Every day in the camps 25kms east of Mosul, our team member, Darya Mustafa is seeing children with shocking injuries from air strikes in Mosul, burns victims, congenital conditions and malnutrition. Continue reading “Iraq 2018”
After having teamed with Adventisthelp in September 2016 at the Oinfyta refugee camp in Greece, we were intrigued with the story of their new project.
In January, 2017, Dr Michael John Von Horston, the founder of NGO Adventisthelp, proposed to build an emergency hospital in Northern Iraq.
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Our trip to Greece in September 2016 as humanitarian and medical volunteers was our first venture as a team. The team consisted of 4 nurses, a music teacher, an admin person with teacher aide and children’s ministry skills, and a Australian Italian who was living in Rome and volunteering full-time with refugees.