Poland is going to fit oncology hospital in Duhok with medical equipment.

Polish government allocated more than 220,000 PLN to buy high-tech medical equipment for Oncology Center “Jin” in Duhok: medical ultrasound scanner, cardiac monitor, portable electrocardiography and vein viewer. The equipment will be delivered to the hospital until the end of the year. Project is implemented by Polish foundation “Eagle Watch”. Its partner in Kurdistan is “Gilgamesh Organization for Development”. 

This is one of the results of the increase in Polish involvement after a visit to the Kurdistan Region in December 2018 paid Polish humanitarian minister Beata Kempa with representatives of Polish humanitarian organizations. The minister also visited the hospital in Duhok, where she promised to provide equipment as suggested by the Kurdish side.

This is another humanitarian project implemented in Kurdistan Region by “Eagle Watch” foundation. It has already funded a few infrastructure projects and launched initiatives activating local communities. According to the principles of the foundation, all projects are implemented on site, equipment bought in Kurdistan, and work performed by local people.

During the meeting in KRG Representation in Poland Ziyad Raoof congratulated president of “Eagle Watch” foundation- Bartosz Rutkowski. He also declared any necessary support in Kurdistan to deliver the equipment to Jin hospital as soon as it is possible.