Medizinische Versorgung irakischer Kinder (Nachbetreuung)

Contract partner: Caritas Österreich Country: Irak Funding amount: € 12.600,00 Project start: 01.03.2011 End: 30.06.2011

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Overall goal

Der Kieg im Jahr 2003 forderte viele zivile Opfer im Irak, darunter auch Kinder. Um zumindest einigen dieser Kinder zu helfen, startete die damalige Außenministerin Dr. Ferrero-Waldner eine Initiative zur Behandlung irakischer Kinder in Österreich. Mehrere Kinder wurden in den vergangenen Jahren medizinisch in Österreich betreut. Bei einigen der Kinder sind aufgrund der vorliegenden Verletzungen bzw. Erkrankungen langwierige Folgebehandlungen zu erwarten. Dies trifft auch auf das Kind Muntathir Jaafar zu, das als Säugling schwere Brandverletzungen erlitt. Die Verletzungen des Kindes, schwere Verbrennungen der Haut, wurden in den vergangenen Jahren im LKH Graz behandelt. Da sich das Kind noch im Wachstum befindet, werden immer wieder Folgeoperationen notwendig.

Projektziel: Rehabilitation des Kindes Muntathir Jaafar durch adäquate medizinische Folgebehandlungen im LKH Graz.

project number 2274-00/2011
source of funding OEZA
sector Humanitäre Hilfe: Maßnahmen zum Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitierung nach Katastrophen
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