Medizinische Nachbehandlung Irakische Kriegsopfer - Phase II

Contract partner: Caritas Österreich Country: Irak Funding amount: € 100.000,00 Project start: 01.04.2005 End: 31.08.2005

Short Description:

Overall goal

Nachdem durch den Irak Krieg im Jahr 2003 viele zivile Opfer zu beklagen waren, darunter auch in hohem Ausmaß Kinder, die durch die Bombardements verletzt wurden, wurde in Österreich eine Initiative gestartet, um zumindest einige dieser Kinder medizinisch zu rehabilitieren.

Während bei den meisten Kindern mit einem einmaligen medizinischen Eingriff die Situation nachhaltig verbessert werden konnte, ist in einigen Fällen eine weitere Behandlung notwendig, so auch im Fall des zweijährigen Karim Ali Karim Al Shwele. Dementsprechend soll der Patient (mit Begleitpersonen) für voraussichtlich 3 Monate nach Österreich kommen, um am Krankenhaus der Barmherzigen Brüder medizinisch versorgt zu werden.

project number 2195-01/2005
source of funding OEZA
sector Humanitäre Hilfe: Sofortmaßnahmen
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