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21.April

Greece: WAHA is refocusing its activities to meet the needs of migrants

Cherso camp, northern Greece

Since the signing of an agreement between the EU and Turkey , late March , the number of foreign arrivals fleeing conflict decreased in Greece. Nevertheless , tens of thousands of refugees are still stuck in Greece, where they need humanitarian aid, medical care particular.

08.April

Kenya: Our ongoing programme for maternal care in Mombasa enters year 2

Our 4-year programme in Mombasa, Kenya, is entering its second year. Our project was launched in August 2015 and different trainings took place until February 2016, to train midwives, and improve antenatal, natal and maternal care.

01.April

Our second blog about our project in Dollo Ado - Ethiopia to fight gender based violence

The project aims to improve humanitarian practice by developing an innovative intervention targeting intimate partner violence (IPV) among a Muslim refugee population and delivered in the context of a cultural or community practice.

30.March

Iraq: WAHA is building healthcare programmes for displaced people in Kurdistan and in the Sinjar Mountains

In Northern Iraq, displaced families and children are still in need of better healthcare facilities. WAHA opened its mission in the country early 2016 after a first exploratory mission. We are now building up our programmes.

25.March

Medical and social counseling center for women and children

Our social center in Izmir-Turkey is now fully operational in the neighbourhood of Basmane. We welcome syrian women and children in a healthy and secure environment, providing them medical and social counseling as well as language lessons.

25.March

WAHA opens a new mission in Kastellorizo

In Greece, WAHA opened a new clinic in the island of Kastellorizo situated close to the turkish border. 250 inhabitants live there plus 200 soldiers but this little island can host 850 refugees sometimes. To face the urgent situation, we give medical consultations with a team composed by a nurse who speak arabic and 2 Greek doctors.

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