VOLUNTEER STORIESCOVID-19: A Nurse's Efforts to Protect the Community's HealthQudsiya SiddiquiMarch 31st, 2020Ahamad Mohammed is a Registered Practical Nurse, a Clinical Community Supervisor and an Emergency Medical Dispatcher for 911 and Ambulance in Ontario, Canada....
VOLUNTEER STORIESHolistic Approach to Healthcare: Erum QureshiQudsiya SiddiquiFebruary 26th, 2020This February we share the story of Erum Qureshi, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from Illinois, USA. Qureshi’s first relief mission with Imana Medical Relief (IMR) was to...
VOLUNTEER STORIESIMANA Is Proud to #SupportNursesandMidwivesQudsiya SiddiquiFeb 26th, 2020The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. Nurses have always been integral members of IMANA Medical Relief...
The Gambia is in the midst of a public health crisis, with a shortage of skilled health workforce and a rapid increase of counterfeit medicines has left the poverty-stricken Gambians with no access to quality medical care.
In recognition of the problems The Gambians are facing, IMANA Medical Relief (IMR) in partnership with The Oasis Initiative organized their first-ever medical mission to the country. Dr. Ghalib Abbasi, Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from Houston traveled with a five-member volunteer team on an IMR sponsored mission — SaveGambia; to the capital city, Banjul from Jan. 24 – Feb. 1, 2020.
IMANA VOLUNTEER STORIESDouble Trouble? No, Double the Giving Back: Interview with the Haq Twins Answers provided by Sobia Haq March 29th, 2019 Detroit twins Sadia and Sobia Haq are ambitious and talented, fun, and make a big impact on communities both at home and...
IMANA VOLUNTEER STORIESJournaling Helps SaveSyria Volunteer Process Her Experience: A Blog Entry by Dr. Nabila ChoudhuryDr. Nabila Choudhury March 18th, 2019 Its 4 am in Jordan. My mind is racing, with so many thoughts about our experiences today. While we’ve had many...
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