number 11 Autumn 2005
FROM THE CHAIRMAN
After 10 years of continuous challenges and achievements,
which have resulted in the saving of thousands of Iraqi
children's lives, MAIC faces its second decade with
a stronger determination to increase its aid and help
has been a rewarding year for the charity despite the
difficult security conditions in Iraq. We successfully
delivered several shipments of medicines and equipment
to paediatric hospitals in Baghdad and Basrah. We also
held our first Forum on 'Health of Children in Iraq'
in London. Many crucial issues were discussed by visiting
doctors from Iraq, including the alarming rise in child
cancers, psychological problems, malnutrition and the
spread of disease.
of Iraqi doctors was another diversification of MAIC's
humanitarian aid. Five Iraqi doctors were brought to
train in UK hospitals for a period of one month each.
This experience helped the doctors update their skills
and get acquainted with the latest medical equipment
and procedures. The value of this training was multiplied
on their return to Iraq as they shared their newly acquired
knowledge with their colleagues through seminars and
is blessed with the rising number of supporters and
the increased recognition they bring to the charity's
humanitarian work. We value deeply their participation
and their efforts which, in 2005, raised £333,666
through donations and fundraising activities.
forthcoming medical projects include shipments of medicines
and surgical items, wheelchairs, medical equipment,
and reagents for a radiometer machine that was previously
donated by MAIC to Al-Mansour Paediatric Teaching Hospital
(now known as the Children's Welfare Hospital). In addition,
MAIC aims to continue the training programme for doctors
and medical staff this time from Basrah Teaching Hospital.
are also many other projects under consideration for
the coming year. Most important among them are lists
of urgent medical requests from paediatric hospitals
in Iraq that were recently sent to MAIC. We hope that
the charity will raise sufficient funds to enable us
to sponsor them.
look to 2006 with hope and pray for peace and reconciliation
among the Iraqi people. We wish you all a happy and
prosperous New Year.
REVIEW OF FUNDRAISING EVENTS
DECEMBER 2004 - DECEMBER 2005
On the 3rd of May 2005, MAIC held a forum on the 'Health
of Children in Iraq' at the Royal Geographical Society
in London. Over 100 guests attended and were able to
hear the experiences of a group of Iraqi doctors working
in Iraq. We raised £7,194 through donations and
On Sunday 18th September 2005, five volunteers participated
in the annual BUPA Great North Run in support of MAIC
and raised £3267. We would like to congratulate
them on their excellent effort.
MAIC held its 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner at the Grosvenor
House Hotel on the 19th November 2005. We were honoured
to have Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born British award-winning
architect, as our guest speaker. A moving short film
commemorating 10 years of MAIC's humanitarian work produced
by Maysoon Pachachi was shown. We are grateful to all
our supporters and the 250 guests who attended in helping
us raise £180,000 through donations, auction,
tickets and raffle sales.
Other fundraising events were held by MAIC supporters
raising a total of £72,000.
A 13 year old boy suffering from Leukaemia at Basrah
Teaching Hospital, Basrah
OF MEDICAL DELIVERIES TO PAEDIATRIC HOSPITALS IN IRAQ
December 2004 - December 2005
1: Supplements for 9 months for one patient delivered
in April 2005
packs (454g each) of XP Maxamum powder.
Bashir. The supplements
were delivered in London before
the patient travelled to Basrah.
above items were sponsored through the generosity of
Give a Child Health Fund, Ms. Nicola Greenwood and Ms.
2: Spare Parts delivered in June 2005
parts for two Evita 4 Ventilators by Siemens
and for three Monitors SC 7000 by Drager in
an ICU unit previously donated to the hospital
Welfare Hospital, (previously Al Mansour Paediatric
Teaching Hospital) Baghdad.
above items were sponsored through the generosity of
an anonymous corporate donor.
3: Medical supplies delivered in August 2005
equipment including microhaematocrit reader,
spectrophotometer and a microscope.
Equipment for the psychiatry clinic
including Wechsel, Bayley, Conner and Devereuxs
scales and various psychiatry books and
Hospital, Al Tifl Al Markazi, Baghdad.
above items were sponsored on the occasion of the birth
of baby Darya Tabbara through the generosity of HRH
Princess Ghida Talal, Mr. and Mrs. Tarif Ayoubi, Mrs.
Raja Salaam, Mr. and Mrs. Jihad Tabbara, Mr. and Mrs.
Jad Tawil, HSBC Monaco, Mr. and Mrs. Wassif Serhan,
Mrs. Omaya Lowzi, Mr. Nicholas Malouf, Mr. and Mrs.
Samir Hakoura, Miss Rawia Faltas, Miss. Asma Faltas,
Mr. Amin Faltas, Mr. and Mrs. Mohammed
Al-Mullah, Mr. and Mrs. Mustafa El-Solh, Mrs. Carol
Djandi, Mr. and Mrs. Ziad El-Khouri, Mrs. Youmna Achour,
Mr. and Mrs. Ramzi Rasamny, Mr. and Mrs. Ali Khan, Ms.
Tamar Kosta, Ms. Samia Masry, Ms. Lamia Guenena, Mr.
and Mrs. Bassam Zaku.
And on the occasion of the birth of baby Fadi Zaku
through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. M. Al-Daftari,
Mr. Zayhed Mahfooth, Mr. and Mrs. Raed Hanna, Mr. and
Mrs. Sami Zakaria, Dr. and Mrs. Zayd Abboudi, Mr. and
Mrs. Jihad Tabbara, Mr. and Mrs. Walid Al- Sayegh, Mr.
and Mrs. Mohanad Al-Sayegh, Mr. and Mrs. Hassan Allawi,
Mr. and Mrs. Ayad Kazanji, Mr. and Mrs. Frady Ofie,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stait, Mrs. J Kabbani, Mr. and Mrs.Walid
Moukazel, Mr. and Mrs. Shwan Louis, Mr. Fady Khayatt,
Dr. and Mrs. Ayed Kurugy, Mrs. Joanne Khan, Mr. and
Mrs. Walid Rashid, Mr. and Mrs. L. Toma, Miss. Hind
Toak, Mrs. J. Captain/Rashed, Miss Reem Zako, Dr. and
Mrs. L Zebouni, Ms. Shireen Allos, Miss. Noha Khalaf
and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson.
4: Consignment delivered in October 2005
Vidas automated immuno-analyzer by Biomérieux.
Teaching Hospital, Basrah.
above item was sponsored through the generosity of an
anonymous corporate donor.
5: Consignment delivered in October 2005
drugs, anti-sickness drugs, painkiller drugs,
intravenous fluids and nutrition, antibiotics
and surgical items.
Welfare Hospital, (previously Al Mansour
Teaching Hospital) Baghdad.
Basrah Teaching Hospital, Basrah..
above items were sponsored through the generosity of
Karim Rida Said Foundation (KRSF), Ousseimi Foundation,
Mr. Samer Sidawi, Durbin Plc, ISS (UK), Revd John
Stephenson, Mr., Arif Naqvi, Imperial College Arabic
Society, Mrs. V Bazley, Friends of Christ Church the
King, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wyatt, Owestry Coalition For
Peace, Mr. and Mrs. Maan Askari, Mr T Shamil, St. Chads
Church, Christ Church Anglican, Miss Kate Targett, Imperial
College, CAF UK, Miss. P, Viswanathan, CAF America,
The American Cathedral in Paris, Mr. and Mrs. A Ismail,
Mrs. Aboudi Kosta, Mr. Don Mason, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hoffman, Mr. Ghandir Razuki, Chester Stop
the War Coalition, Norwich and District Peace Council,The
Boston Foundation, Mrs. Margaret Owen, Mr and Mrs M
Al-Daftari, Mrs Hind Mathews, Prof. Soad Tabaqchali,
Ms. Reema Shour, Mrs. I. Auchi, Ortho Clinical Diagnostics,
South Hampstead High School, Mr. John Dansie, Mr. Mabro,
Mr. and Mrs. Terence Broughton, Mr. James Serieux, Mr.
Steve Saffa Jamil, Mr. Saad Naji, Mr Ali Al-Daftari,
Mrs. Connie Barnes, Mr. Paul Ridley, Mr. and Mrs.Peter
Coding, Mrs. L. Henley, Mrs. Dunia Farman Farmaian,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trooboff, Ms. Zein Rifai, Mr. Bassam
Aburdene, Mr. and Mrs. Razmi Rishani, Dr. M. Haidar,
Mrs. Emma Shackle, Revd and Mrs. Jeremy Chadd,
Mr Wright, Mrs Merle DSouza, Mr. Gordon Winter,
Mr Qaddoumi, Mrs Sophia Cheema, Dr. M Rakus, Mr McKenley-Ballan,
Mrs. E. Rowan, Mr. Bashar Zako, Royal Airforce Stafford,
Mr. E. Daniel, Mrs. Razia Begum, Essaness Ltd, Dr. Slocombe,
Mrs. Valeri Glauert, Mrs. W Kiwan, Miss. Zina Ghandour,
Mrs Carole Labrousse Castaing, Mr. A. Gouda, Mrs. Constance
Burrough, Kendrick school, Mr. C. Agar, Mr. K Mufti,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr. R.
Rae, Miss. C. Larkins, The Convocation of American Churches
in Europe, Mr. Derek Williams, Mrs. Rima Jabre, Miss.
Mudhaffer, Mr. Iradje Bagherzade, Mrs Charles Riachy,
Miss. Rhea, Miss Talia & Miss Tara Tabbara, Miss
Tamara Rasamny, Miss. Saryia Sakka, Mr & Mrs A Al-Farisi,
Abingdon Peace Group, Mr. B. Tamimi, Mr. Frank Hind,
Mr. Singleton, Mrs. B Rybacki, Mr. R Seabrook and Miss.
OF IRAQI DOCTORS AT UK HOSPITALS
panel of speakers and experts at MAIC's Forum on 'Health
of Children in Iraq' held in London on 3 May 2005.
2005, MAIC continued to asses its role in providing
humanitarian aid to the children of Iraq. While MAIC
believes its main mission of sending aid in the form
of medicines and medical equipment is crucial, through
dialogue with doctors in Iraq the charity has identified
new needs. In response to increasing requests from doctors,
some of whom have been working for the charity for 10
years, MAIC has recently launched a new training programme
for doctors from Iraq.
programme aims to sponsor Iraqi doctors for short term
training at UK hospitals in order to update their skills
and exchange ideas with their British colleagues. Five
doctors spent 4-5 weeks training in hospitals throughout
the UK. The hospitals were the NHS and Social Care Trust
in West Kent, the Maudsley Hospital in London, the Great
Ormond Street Hospital, the Chelsea and Westminster
Hospital and the Northampton General Hospital.
Abdul Kareem Salman Alobedi became the first doctor
to benefit from MAIC's program. Dr Alobedi is a consultant
psychiatrist at the Central Paediatric Teaching Hospital
in Baghdad and the Chairman of the Iraqi Association
for Child Mental Health. He spent one month training
at the Northampton General Hospital in March 2005. His
particular training program consisted of lectures, workshops
and attending therapy sessions with both parents and
childen in both a hospital and community setting. During
his training, he was also able to hold discussions with
the doctors at the hospital to explore setting up links
between the Iraqi Association for Child Mental Health
and the International Institute for Child and Adolescent
Mental Health and Child and Adolescent and Family Services
both in Northampton Hospital. Dr Alobedi feels he has
gained a deeper understanding of child and adolescent
mental health care, which he is pleased to relay to
his colleagues back in Iraq.
then, more doctors have also benefited from our programme,
including MAIC member Dr Hussein Malik, a paediatric
surgeon at the Central Paediatric Teaching Hospital;
Dr Ali Hameed Rashid, a neuropsychiatrist at
Yarmouk Teaching Hospital; Dr Said Nouri Al-Hashimi,
consultant psychiatrist at Yarmouk Teaching Hospital
and teacher in psychiatry at Al-Mustansiriya University,
Ghazwan Al-Badawi, a consultant paediatrician from
the Central Paediatric Teaching Hospital in Baghdad,
and recently a Director of the Children's Welfare Hospital
in Baghdad, trained at the NHS and Social Care Trust
in West Kent. Through his training, he explored further
the specific role of paediatricians in treating child
and adolescent mental health, as well as improving his
clinical skills. Dr Al-Badawi found the training a 'highly
useful experience for (him) as an Iraqi paediatrician'
and described how he would 'never forget all the people
involved in (his) success in the course.'
would like to particularly thank Mr Jack Piachaud,
a consultant psychiatrist, who helped us raise sponsorship
for their training and place them in UK hospitals. We
would also like to thank Accenture and other generous
donors for their invaluable support for this project.
The total cost of sponsorship per trainee varied between
£1,900 and £3,200, amounting to a total
of £13,000 which covered travel expenses, accommodation
and living expenses. We are also immensely grateful
to the hospitals for providing the training free of
on the success of the last training program, MAIC is
in the process of arranging another short training program
for five doctors and nurses from the paediatric oncology
department at the Basrah Teaching Hospital. The group
of five health professionals includes a biologist, orthopaedic
surgeon, haematologist and two paediatric nurses. MAIC
is grateful to Karim Rida Said Foundation (KRSF) for
its pledge to sponsor their training. MAIC is currently
looking to find UK hospitals willing to accept the health
professionals as observers for one month's training
ON THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN IN IRAQ
held a Forum on the Health of Children in Iraq at the
Royal Geographical Society in London on 3rd May 2005.
This was an opportunity for doctors working in Iraq
to share their experiences and discuss the current health
situation and how the war and sanctions have influenced
the diseases they encounter. The panel was moderated
by Mr Robert Mabro CBE, a MAIC trustee and included
four speakers: Dr Hussein Malik and Dr Ali Rasheed,
who benefited from our short term training programme,
Dr Jawad Khadem Al-Ali, consultant oncologist at Basrah
Teaching Hospital, and Ms Lindsay Hillsum Channel 4
News International Editor.
Hussein Malik described how poor nutrition, a decline
in educational enrolment and attendance, unhealthy lifestyles,
high numbers of deaths from accidents and violence,
and deterioration of preventative health programmes
have contributed to the decline in the health of the
Iraqi children. Poverty, poor sanitation and lack of
uncontaminated water supplies have further added to
this. Although since 1990 communicable diseases have
not reached endemic proportions, infectious diseases
remain the main cause of death in children, with acute
respiratory tract infections and diarrhoeal diseases
accounting for most of these. Dr Malik also noted an
increase in typhoid, measles and mumps amongst the cases
also reminded us that Iraq used to have one of the best
health services in the region, but believes that budget
cuts, neglect and poor management over the last fifteen
years have taken their toll on health services. This
is further compounded by the fact that training of health
professionals was neglected and professionals were academically
isolated from the outside world and so unable to improve
medical practice. Dr Malik also described the need,
following the recent war, to renovate and develop damaged
and looted medical buildings, rebuild infrastructure,
re-organise the pharmaceutical sector and eliminate
drugs shortage, training medical staff and tackle the
main causes of communicable and other diseases. He concluded
by saying that there has been significant progress made
recently, with the rehabilitation and reopening of seventy
five hospitals and nearly all primary care clinics that
were damaged or looted in the war. In addition, public
health programs have been re-established and national
immunisation programmes organised.
Jawad Khadem Al-Ali talked about the effects of
post-war environmental contamination on health in Iraq.
He described how the drying of the marshes in the South
and chemical contamination in the form of depleted uranium,
used in the recent wars, have affected the environment
and changed the spectrum of diseases seen in Basrah,
where he works. Dr Al-Ali found increased rates of cancers,
particularly leukaemia in children, increased rates
of birth defects, changes in the pattern of cancer presentation,
and the appearance of uncommon phenomenon, such as familial
cancer clustering and double and triple cancers in one
patient. Moreover, the shortages in treatment and nursing
care have aggravated the problems.
Ali Hameed Rashid spoke about the effects of war
on the mental health of Iraqi Children. He described
the results of studies he and his colleagues conducted
in Iraq, examining the many different ways in which
Iraqi children are exposed to traumatic experience.
These experiences include the death from armed conflict
of one or both parents, siblings, other relatives, and
friends, especially where death was witnessed by the
child. Direct and indirect exposure to traumatic events,
such as car bombs, forced evacuations from family homes
and cities, abductions and other violent experiences
lead to severe and disabling psychological damage. The
continuous exposure to trauma, along with other factors
such as, the absence of qualified mental health aid,
escalation of the violence, the poor understanding and
handling of their psychological problems at home and
school and the absence of psychosocial support has made
traumatic disorders in children not only more widespread
but also more severe.
Lindsay Hillsum, Channel 4 news International Editor,
also spoke of her experiences in Iraq at the event.
She described numerous moving stories of people she
had encountered during her visits in Iraq; stories of
heroism and tragedy.
would like to take this opportunity to thank all those
who spoke at the Forum and who came to support the event
in particular our experts on the panel: Professor William
Yule, Director of the Child Traumatic Stress Clinic,
Maudsley Hospital, London as well as Dr Penelope Brock,
Consultant Paediatric Oncologist at Great Ormond Street
would also like to thank the International Arab Council
Charities Fund (IAC) for generously sponsoring the event
and all our kind donors who made this event possible.
PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR MAIC
wishes to thank all foundations, organisations, companies,
fundraisers and individuals, who have so generously
donated their time and resources to MAIC. The following
is a list of organisers who have held fundraising events
since January 2005.
Rev'd John Stephenson for continuously raising
funds for MAIC through writing and selling his books.
Norwich & District Peace Council for funds
raised through selling white peace poppies.
Chester Coalition Stop the War for funds raised
through its awareness campaign.
Christ Church Anglican for funds raised through
its Christmas appeal.
The Convocation of American Churches in Europe
for funds raised for MAIC.
Kendrick School for funds raised for MAIC.
Mona & Zahra Haidar for raising funds at
The Boston Foundation for funds sent to MAIC
through CAF America.
Ortho Clinical Diagnostics for funds raised for
The Royal Airforce Stafford for funds raised
through collections made at various church services
over the Christmas period in Basrah.
Code Pink Women for Peace for sending MAIC a
donation on behalf of their organisation.
The American Cathedral in Paris for funds raised
from a collection .
Owestry Coalition for Peace for funds raised
at a concert held in aid of MAIC .
University of York Students Union for raising
funds for MAIC through holding a fashion and music show.
Miss Talia and Tara Tabbara and Miss. Saryia Sakka
for funds raised through babysitting and selling MAIC
Imperial College London for holding an Arab Asian
Fusion charity dinner and raising funds for MAIC.
The Church of Christ the King raised funds for
Friends of Church of Christ the King raised funds
Mr. E Daniel for forgoing birthday presents and
advising friends instead to donate to MAIC.
Mrs Henley for forgoing 80th birthday presents
and advising friends instead to donate to MAIC.
South Hampstead High School for funds raised
through collections over the academic year.
Mr Paul Ridley for raising funds through sponsorship
of his London to Brighton Bike Ride.
Mr & Mrs Davies by very generously forgoing
a wedding gift from Mrs Linda Lewis who donated to MAIC
Miss Rhea Tabbara raised funds from working in
a boutique during her summer holiday.
Mr Martin Wyatt & Miss Nicola Greenwood for
funds raised by very generously forgoing wedding gifts
and advising friends to donate to MAIC instead.
Miss Maysa Ibrahim for funds raised through an
Miss S Fowler raised funds by holding a collection
at her meditation group.
The Link Assets Security Company for funds raised
through a charity day.
Totley Athletic Club for funds raised for MAIC.
Abingdon Peace Group for funds raised for MAIC.
Miss Joanna Eden for writing and recording a
CD for MAIC to raise funds through its sale.
Mr. Hasan Haboubi, Mr. Ali Latif, Mr. Ian Davies,
Mr Khalid Ali and Ms Najwan Abu Al-Saad
for raising funds for MAIC by participating the BUPA
Great North Run.
The late Mrs Angela Bushara for funds raised
through family and friends in memory of her.
Miss Tamara Kosta and Mr Soykan Sayucayli for
very generously forgoing wedding gifts and advising
friends to donate to MAIC instead.
Ms. Deborah Van Koutrik for her contribution
to MAIC in lieu of sending Christmas presents to family
through the Self-Assessment Returns
Medical Aid for Iraqi Children (MAIC) is listed on the
Inland Revenue website for donations. If you use the
Self-Assessment returns system and wish to donate to
MAIC, please use MAIC's following code number EAR14QG.
BUPA GREAT NORTH RUN
is grateful to five runners who entered the annual BUPA
Great North Run in support of MAIC. MAIC is proud to
announce that the runners, Mr. Hassan Haboubi, Mr. Ali
Latif, Mr. Ian Davies, Mr. Khalid Ali and Ms Najwan
Abu Al-Saad, completed the run, which was held on Sunday
18th September 2005. The course was a gruelling 13.1
miles beginning in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, coursing through
Gateshead and ending at South Shields on the coast.
Ms Najwan Al-Saad said this event was an immense challenge
for her: 'Running is not my forte, but I couldn't find
a better source of motivation to improve my capabilities
than training for a cause I feel passionate about.'
Mr Ali Latif said 'running this half-marathon is the
least I can do to help the most needy and vulnerable
section of Iraqi society, the children'. 'It was harder
than I thought it would be,' explained Mr Khalid Ali,
'but somehow I managed to complete the 13.1 miles stretching
from right outside my front door in Newcastle, where
I'm a 4th year medical student, to the coast at South
the day after, every muscle in my
body was aching and I couldn't even walk properly. But
it was definitely worth it. I would encourage anyone
who is thinking of running next year for Medical Aid
for Iraqi Children to definitely do it, as not only
is it for a fantastic cause, it is an amazing experience
you will never forget.' MAIC is extremely grateful to
our runners, who in total raised over £3267. If
you are interested in running the BUPA Great North Run
September 2006, please contact Maya Al-Memar at: firstname.lastname@example.org
IN THE PIPELINE
MAIC is in the process of compiling new medical requirements
for paediatric hospitals in Iraq. The forthcoming consignments
for 2006 will include the following:
Medical supplies based on lists of particular needs
of Paediatric hospitals i.e: antibiotics, cancer drugs
and surgical items (Total Value: £150,000).
Wheelchairs and crutches (Total Value: £25,000).
Reagents and solutions for a radiometer machine previously
donated by MAIC to the Children's Welfare Hospital.
(Total Value: £12,000).
Diagnostic equipment, i.e: 8 Billimeters, Teaching and
Ordinary microscopes (Olympus) and 12 IV Fluid Infusion
pumps (Total Value: £100,210).
MAIC will also sponsor the training of five doctors
and nurses from Basrah Teaching Hospital's Oncology
Department. Funding for training has been generously
pledged by the Karim Rida Said Foundation. MAIC is working
to secure placements for the five medics at UK hospitals.The
charity needs to raise £300,000 to cover the cost
of its medical projects in 2006. All donations will
be most appreciated.
A 14 year old boy recovering at Basrah Teaching Hospital,
Mrs Mazin Al-Daftari - Trustee & Chairman
Mr Hani Dajani - Trustee
Mr Hassan Haddad M.D.
Mrs Aboudi Kosta
Mrs Ali Khan
Mr Robert Mabro CBE - Trustee
Mr Sabah Mahmoud - Trustee & Treasurer
Mrs Charles Riachy - Trustee
Ms Danah Saadawi
Mrs David Sambar
Mrs Fatima Sheikh Khazaal - Trustee
Mr Bassam Zaku
Mrs May Zaku
Mrs Wajih Al-Kaylani
Mrs Mashal Al-Nawab
Prince Sixte de Bourbon-Parme
Prince de Chimay
Mrs H.R. Farman-Farmaian
Mr Nezar Haba M.D.
Mrs Imad Habba
Mrs Abdullah Isamil
Mr Bruce Mathalone M.D.
Mr Abdul Karim Moudaris
Dr Raghdah Shukri M.D.
Mrs Hassan Smadi
Mrs Nezhat Tayeb
Mr Graham Walker M.D.
Team in Iraq
Mr Jawad Khadem Al-Ali M.D.
Dr Ihsan Al-Bahrani M.D.
Mr Khalid Al-Obaydi M.D.
Dr Adel Al-Rawi M.D.
Dr Omar Al-Yaqubi M.D.
Dr Hussain Malik M.D.
Dr Zafer Al-Kayyali M.D.
Mrs Mounir Attalah
Dr Salwan Baban M.D.
Dr Junaid Mahmoud M.D.
Dr Layla Sharaf
Mrs Hasan Shukri
Mrs Rula Al-Chorbachi
Ms Maya Al-Memar
Ms Maya Askari
Ms Maysa Ibrahim
Ms Sabia Mayassi
Ms Suha Najjar
Mrs Sara Tayeb Khalifa