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Iraqi Red Crescent Paramedic
18 hours of work is not enough

Imad Sabah’s life changed more than 15 years ago, when he met an Iraqi Red Crescent Society’s volunteer collecting donations for displaced people in Anbar. When Imad heard how people had to leave all their belongings behind and seek safety away from home, and how the Red Crescent was supporting them, he was touched and decided to join the RC ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent mobilizes 500 paramedics in response to protests

The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) deployed today more than 500 Emergency First Aid experts to all Iraq governorates were demonstrators have taken to the streets. Paramedics have been providing first aid and supporting the medical staff inside the hospitals in Baghdad, Babel, Karbala, Wasit, Diwaniya Samawa, Misan, Thi-Qar and Basra. In Baghdad, paramedics transported dozens of injured from Al-Tahrir ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent mobilizes 400 volunteers from the first aid teams to support the health institutions tomorrow.

Starting from the humanitarian purposes of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) and its work during the gatherings and the presence of crowds in all the events and occasions, the IRCS has prepared a plan in order to cover the first aid services and the relief requirements for citizens during the demonstrations, the plan has included mobilizing more than 400 volunteers from ...

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