Chronology of Shipments to date

Between September 1995 and June 2009, MAIC has been able to provide children's hospitals in Iraq with medicines and medical equipment worth £3.5m.


Shipment #1 -- Medicines and surgical supplies delivered in Sep. 1995 (total cost £54,600.00 approximately);

Shipment #2 -- Two Vickers incubators delivered in Dec. 1995 (total cost £10,500.00 approximately);

Shipment #3 -- 3 Drager incubators delivered in Feb. 1996 (total cost £12,000.00 approximately);

Shipment #4 -- Medicines and surgical supplies delivered in Aug.1996 (total cost £72,800.00 approximately);

Shipment #5 -- Medicines, mainly anti-cancer drugs, third generation antibiotics and lactose free milk delivered in March 1997 (total cost £36,500.00 approximately);

Shipment #6 -- 2 Drager incubators delivered in May 1997 (total cost £10,000.00 approximately);

Shipment #7 -- Medicines and surgical supplies delivered in Sept. 1997 (total cost £72,000.00 approximately);

Shipment #8 -- 12 Drager incubators delivered in Dec. 1997 (total cost £55,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #9 -- Medicines, surgical supplies and three Drager Incubators delivered in May 1998 (total cost £ 100,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #10 -- Medicines and surgical supplies (cost £ 224,722.00). A Radiometer ABL625 and its Re-agents (cost £42,730.00) both consignments delivered in March 1999 (Total cost 267,452.00 approximately).

Shipment #11 -- Medicines and surgical supplies delivered in Oct. 1999 (Total cost £ 102,700.00 approximately).

Shipment #12 -- Three bed paediatric intensive care unit. Deliveries commenced in Dec. 1999 and completed August 2000. (Total cost £ 127,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #13 -- Medicines and surgical supplies delivered in November 2000 (Total cost £231,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #14 -- 3 bed paediatric ICU delivery in progress commencing October 2000 (Total cost £115,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #15 -- Medicines, surgical equipment, Ohmada Oxygen Tent and medical books delivered on 28th August 2001.(Total cost £107,059.00 approximately).

Shipment #16 -- 2 Radiometers ABL625 and their Re-agents(Cost £95,959.00 approximately). 24 wheelchairs, 100 walking aids and surgical equipment.(Cost £25,436.00 approximately) delivered on 29 November 2001. (Total cost £121,395.00 approximately)

Shipment #17 -- 3 Sirecust Portable Heart Monitors and 1 Multiview Workstation (total cost £38,568) delivered on 3rd April 2002.

Shipment #18 -- Medicines, mainly anticancer drugs, third generation antibiotics, anti-viral and anti-fungal drugs, vitamins, minerals, steroids, anti-convulsants and cardiac drugs (cost £126,292.36) and consumables for Radiometer ABL625 (cost £21,610.53) delivered on 10th August 2002 (total cost £159,000.00 approximately).

Shipment #19 -- Medical supplies, mainly antibiotics, cancer drugs and surgical items. Funded through MAIC mainstream account. The consignment along with Shipment 20 was transported for free by Virgin Atlantic Airlines and delivered to the coalition forces in Basra on 2nd May 2003 for distribution to the recipient hospitals. (Total cost £144,890.98)

Shipment #20 -- Medical supplies; 200 wheelchairs for both children and adults, 300 pairs of crutches for children and adults, baby milk, soya milk and stands for transfusions. Funded through MAIC's Emergency War Relief Fund. The consignment with Shipment 19 was delivered to Basra on 2nd May 2003 to the coalition forces for distribution. (Total cost £56,520.00).

Shipment #21 -- Medical supplies, 2 complete medical kits in accordance with WHO specifications, baby and soya milk. Funded through Emergency War Relief Fund and delivered 19th August 2003. (Total cost £128,790.00).

Shipment #22 - 4 Drager Incubators and 4 Drager Resuscitators, delivered in February 2004. (Total Cost £50,743.50).

Shipment #23 - Medical supplies: 600 TB testing kits, infant and neonatal laryngoscopes and magnifying loupes used in surgery. These supplies were delivered by hand by MAIC's members between April and September 2004. (Total cost £3,499.00)

Shipment #24 - Medical supplies: antibiotics, cancer drugs, steroids, surgical items, wheelchairs and crutches delivered in December 2004. (Total cost £126,100.00)

Shipment #25 - MAIC delivered 68 packs of the nutritional supplement XP Maxamum powder to help in the treatment of a young patient. It was delivered to the family in London in April 2005 prior to their return to Basrah. (Total Cost £3,145.00).

Shipment #26 - MAIC responded to a request from the Al-Mansour Paediatric Teaching Hospital in Baghdad to send spare parts needed for equipment in MAIC's intensive care unit at the hospital. This shipment, valued at £18,782.00, was delivered in June 2005.

Shipment #27 - MAIC delivered a small shipment of diagnostic equipment, such as spectophometer, electrocardiograph and surgery microscopes in August 2005. (Total cost £9,260.63)

Shipment #28 - Biomerieux Mini-Vidas and reagents, clinical laboratory products for microbiology and infectious disease diagnostics delivered in October 2005. (Total cost £20,829.00)

Shipment #29 - Medical supplies, in particular, antibiotics and cancer treatment were delivered in November 2005 (Total cost £71,269.00)

Shipment #30 - Partec Flow Cytometer, for analysis of blood and tissue samples especially used in the field of leukaemia and other blood diseases, various types of cancers and infectious diseases. The machine was delivered in December 2005. (Total costs £36,700.00)

Shipment #31 - Reagents and electrodes for a radiometer machine and was delivered to Baghdad, Iraq on 21 April 2006. (Total cost £7,474.00)

Shipment #32 - Medical supplies which included 2 bilirubin analysers and a microscope (value £31,264.40). Six pulse oximeters, 4 operating tables and bone marrow needles (value £51,830.00). Anti-cancer drugs and antibiotics (value £38,914.35). Antibiotics, IV sets and surgical supplies (value £18,628.90). One year's supply of the nutritional supplement Maxamum Powder for a young patient (value £5,250.00). Mobility equipment including wheelchairs and crutches (value £24,570.00). Antibiotics, vitamins & minerals and lactose free infant formula (value £14,556.40). The total value of the shipment was £185,014.05 excluding transportation costs which amounted to £34,637.06 for airfreight and delivery. Delivery between September and November 2006. (Total cost £219,651.11)

Shipment #33 - 13,500 empty blood bags and a centrifuge machine delivered in March 2007 (total cost £25,621 plus shipping cost of £2,445).

Shipment #34 - One Fluoroscopy machine for use in a radiology department delivered in May 2007 (cost £65,753).

Shipment #35 - One year's supply of the nutritional supplement XP Maxamum Powder for a young patient delivered in July 2007 (total cost £5,134).

Shipment #36 - Medicines including anti-cancer drugs, infant milk and anti-epilepsy drugs (total cost £40,074.79). Surgical equipment (total cost £86,618.60). Medical supplies for a prosthetic centre (total cost £52,749.80). Medical supplies including surgical and diagnostic equipment (total cost £30,065). The total value of the shipment was £209,508.19. Delivered in December 2007.

Shipment #37 - Reagents for a haematology analyser delivered in April 2008 (total cost £1990.60).

Shipment #38 - Industrial washing machine and tumble dryer (Electrolux high spin washer extractor and Electrolux tumble dryer) delivered in May 2008 (total cost £10,697.40).

Shipment #39 - One Fluoroscopy machine delivered in May 2008 (total cost £77,056.00).

Shipment #40 - Teaching materials including laptops, data show, camera and printer bought in Iraq and delivered in August 2008 (total cost £2,220.00).

Shipment #41 - Medical supplies including anti-cancer drugs, IV set, biopsy needles and surgical face masks delivered in August 2008 (total cost £33,071.80).

Shipment #42 - One year's supply of the nutritional supplement XP Maxamum Powder for a patient delivered in October 2008 (total cost £5,606.00).

Shipment #43 - Raw materials for splints delivered in October 2008 (total cost £22,555.00).

Shipment #44 - Medical equipment including IV infusion sets, catheters, blood donor chairs, thermometers and biopsy needles (value £51,686.55) and medical supplies including anti-cancer drugs, antiviral & antiepileptic drugs, antibiotics and infant formula (value £53,234.25) delivered in October 2008. (Total cost £104,920.80).

Shipment #45 - Reagents for a haematology analyser (value £13,926.25) were delivered in March 2009.

Shipment #46 - Medical supplies, mainly Hydrocortisone, asthma drugs and inhalers (value £11,412.80) to be delivered in 2009.

Shipment #47 - Surgical items, mainly blood donor chairs, IV sets and biopsy needles (value £25,624.85) to be delivered in 2009.

Shipment #48 - ECG, digital echocardiogram, intravenous cannulas, biopsy needles and a microscope (value £27,674.00) to be delivered in 2009

Shipment #49 - Prosthetic supplies to be delivered in 2009. A budget of £25,000 has been allocated.

Shipment # 50 - One year's supply of the nutritional supplement XP Maxamum Powder for a patient delivered in April 2009 (total cost $10,417.00).

Shipment # 51 - Surgical items (value £10,212.10) to be delivered in 2009.

 
 

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