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Setting up a trauma outpatient clinic at Mosul General Hospital

In July 2017 Mosul, the largest city in northern Iraq, was liberated from occupation by the so-called Islamic State (IS). The occupation of parts of Syria and Iraq (2014 to 2017) by the IS and the consequences of the liberation are regarded as one of the greatest humanitarian crises of modern times and almost led to the collapse of local infrastructure and health care. In Mossul, too, the consequences are devastating. Only parts of the hospital "Mosul General Hospital" are left, most of the equipment burned. Yet the Mosul General Hospital continues its work while facing the challenges of a destroyed city and a traumatized population.

Last week in Dohuk, Bernd Ruf and his team introduced the physicians to emergency and trauma pedagogy in a first seminar (in cooperation with Aktion Deutschalnd Hilft). We are glad to be able to contribute such a part to this important work and to the reconstruction.
 

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    NOTE: Annual Emergency Pedagogy Conference 2019

    From 20 to 23 June 2019, the eighth annual emergency pedagogical conference will take place in the premises of the Parzival Centre in Karlsruhe.
    Under the title "Emergency pedagogy - How pedagogy can help injured (children's) souls", we will focus on the basis of emergency pedagogy at our next annual conference.

    Program and further information

Friends of Waldorf Education

Emergency Pedagogy
Karlsruhe Office
Parzivalstraße 2b
76139 Karlsruhe
Tel +49 (0)721 20111-144
Fax +49 (0)721 20111-180
notfallpaedagogik[at]freunde-waldorf.de

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