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Responding to Middle East Humanitarian Crisis

By: Joe Gavaghan
October 3, 2014

GardaWorld International Protective Services has joined with the international community in providing humanitarian relief services to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq who have been severely affected by turmoil in the region.

Pictured: Simon Hughes (back), Team medic on BP project; Shaho F. Ghareeb, Compliance Manager and Erbil Office Manager; and Karwan Sabah Mohammed, Doctor on the Genel Miran project

 

GardaWorld International Protective Services has joined with the international community in providing humanitarian relief services to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq who have been severely affected by turmoil in the region.

 

GardaWorld staff, including a physician and a medic, provided medical supplies and treated 242 people with a wide range of medical ailments at the main IDP camp in Erbil.  The GardaWorld volunteers are planning continued efforts in Erbil and additional medical outreach initiatives in Dohuk and Sulaymaniyah.