HandSAP (Health and Social Care Programme) BLOG
This is where we post information concerning our new, ongoing and completed HandSAP cases.
Our ‘Ongoing’ page introduces you to several beneficiaries we are currently trying to assist, including information about their treatment and the incurred costs. The ‘Completed’ page shows you cases we have successfully helped and how. Get to know our amazing beneficiaries and help us fund their treatments. 100% of donations to HandSAP go to the treatments our beneficiaries require. For more information check our main page or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rawa and Taeeba are two sisters from Salahaddin living in Erbil. Both were diagnosed with renal failure and have undergone renal transplants in the last couple of years. They now need chronic medication to protect and maintain their kidney function.read more
Zahraa and Ahmed are two adorable siblings from Mosul. Their family left the city when ISIS took is at their stronghold. Now living in Erbil, the children need specialist treatment for a suspected growth hormone deficiency and speech delay, respectively.read more
Khero and his family live in a small room outside Sharya village. Their home is isolated and the family has no source of income. Khero needs a hip replacement to overcome his debilitating condition. Doing so would allow him to look for work and provide for his family.read more