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Short Update from Iraq

Bad news first: the WHO in Syria still hasn't received their funding yet. Unfortunately, they haven't been lent money or a funding advance from their donators either. Meaning that for the moment, we cannot operate a fully-equipped field hospital. We were asked to budget the TSP alone because it's much cheaper than the whole field hospital. We did that on the 10th of march. Now we have to wait again. Either way, we're going to leave Erbil in three to four weeks! Though there is a probability that things may be delayed again due to the Kurdish New Years, the final week in March.

…Read our next update from Erbil here next friday (17th of march 2018)!

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Author: Fee Baumann

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