Bangladesh : The Next Step For Acid Survivors Foundation In Partnership With Acid Survivors Trust International.

January 18th, 2010 by Valerie Khan Leave a reply »
Left to right, sister Fauzia, from PIMS (Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences) and sister Bilquees from Acid Survivors Foundation at Islamabad airport ready to take off for Bangladesh!

Left to right, sister Fauzia, from PIMS (Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences) and sister Bilquees from Acid Survivors Foundation at Islamabad airport ready to take off for Bangladesh!

Welcome to the second phase of our nurses training chapter in our Capacity Building Programme (CBP)!

Due to security reasons, the British expert team was not allowed to visit Pakistan, therefore, Acid Survivors Trust International and Acid Survivors Foundation organised an external training in cooperation with Acid Survivors Foundation Bangladesh : a good example of how international collaboration can be useful!

With the Support of Zurich Foundation, Fauzia and Bilquees will improve their physiotherapeutic and nursing skills to later on train other nurses back to Pakistan.

This transfer of capacities will eventually benefit burnt patients and will also be evaluated by Dr Jawad and Dr Tariq Iqbal  during the international camp end of March 2010. See you soon for the next update about this Pakistani-Bangladeshi-British adventure!

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