TIPH funds health care project at Al Ahli

To provide Hebronites with the necessary knowledge and skills needed to perform first aid and basic lifesaving procedures, TIPH is funding a health care project in cooperation with Al Ahli Hospital. Not only 380 nurses, doctors and paramedics, but also inhabitants without health care education, will attend an internationally accredited training program at the hospital or at their workplaces.

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To provide Hebronites with the necessary knowledge and skills needed to perform first aid and basic lifesaving procedures, TIPH is funding a health care project in cooperation with Al Ahli Hospital. Not only 380 nurses, doctors and paramedics, but also inhabitants without health care education, will attend an internationally accredited training program at the hospital or at their workplaces.

The project agreement was signed at a ceremony held in the TIPH base on 24 January 2015.

– We consider health related projects an essential part of our community relations work. This particular training program we support with great confidence since we have had the privilege to try it ourselves. All TIPH observers have passed this course, says TIPH Head of Mission, Geir Holmenes, who signed the contract together with Abdul Kareem Zughayer for Al Ahli Hospital.

The project started 1 February 2015.

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