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Continuous success for NORWACs medical oxygen project

Posted by on Nov 3, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on Continuous success for NORWACs medical oxygen project

Continuous success for NORWACs medical oxygen project

NORWACs medical oxygen project has been ongoing for 20 years, and is considered a success both within the organization, and for our partners.

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New obstetric nurses at PRCS Hamshery Hospital

Posted by on Aug 11, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on New obstetric nurses at PRCS Hamshery Hospital

New obstetric nurses at PRCS Hamshery Hospital

These ten newly qualified nurses will increase Palestine Red Crescent Society’s  (PRCS) provision of quality healthcare.

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Limb reconstruction in Gaza

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on Limb reconstruction in Gaza

Limb reconstruction in Gaza

Since 2015 NORWAC has supported a Limb reconstruction Project at Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza. Read more here.

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Six years of partnership with WATAN/Khayr

Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on Six years of partnership with WATAN/Khayr

Six years of partnership with WATAN/Khayr

NORWAC and Syrian NGO WATAN/Khayr have been partners for six years working together to ensure Syrian People  basic health care needs. See a short film about their work and set up of a Caravan Primary Health Clinic.      

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“The only hospital we can go to”

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on “The only hospital we can go to”

“The only hospital we can go to”

The Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) reports from NORWACs supported hospital in Arsal, Lebanon. Read the article and see the report here.  

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NORWAC supports chronically ill Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Posted by on Feb 10, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on NORWAC supports chronically ill Syrian refugees in Lebanon

NORWAC supports chronically ill Syrian refugees in Lebanon

One of the children who has gotten help through this project is five years old “Ahmed”. He suffers from kidney disease.

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“Sustainable Impact” – the 5th WATAN convention, 19th-21st of January 2017

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on “Sustainable Impact” – the 5th WATAN convention, 19th-21st of January 2017

“Sustainable Impact” – the 5th WATAN convention, 19th-21st of January 2017

This year was the 5th time for WATAN to hold their convention and the theme was “Sustainable Impact”. The convention in Istanbul 19th-21th January 2017 was supported by NORWAC as well as The Netherland Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Turkish Red Crescent.

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Medical oxygen to Palestinian hospitals

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Articles | Comments Off on Medical oxygen to Palestinian hospitals

Medical oxygen to Palestinian hospitals

Since 1997, NORWAC and the Palestinian Ministry of Health (PMoH) have cooperated on the implementation of the Oxygen Concentrators Project, with generous support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Treating Spinal Cord Injuries

Posted by on Nov 10, 2016 in Articles | Comments Off on Treating Spinal Cord Injuries

Treating Spinal Cord Injuries

Last week, a Norwegian team of specialist (urologist, nurse, physiotherapist and occupational therapist) from Sunnaas Hospital and Oslo University Hospital were in South Lebanon for lectures and clinical follow-up of staff and patients at Imam Sadr Foundation’s (link) clinic in Dedraygha. The clinic was set up in 2014 to treat people with Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI).

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Norwegian Ambassador visit Medical Center Aarsal

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in Articles | Comments Off on Norwegian Ambassador visit Medical Center Aarsal

Norwegian Ambassador visit Medical Center Aarsal

Supported by the Norwegian government, NORWAC has been covering MCA’s running costs for one year now, after shortage of funding was threatening the Centre with closure. Established in early 2014, MCA currently provides healthcare services for more than 6,500 patients, on monthly bases. It also hosts 150 surgical procedures a month.

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