Chaldean students open a hospital for ISIS victims

Just one year ago, Saveen Oghana and Ban Isaqui were very busy with their careers, one as a doctor and the other as a dentist, but now they are preparing in Brisbane (Australia) for the biggest change of their lives.

They will open a hospital for ISIS victims in Ankawa, in a part of Erbil in the northern region of Iraqi Kurdistan. It will be the first Catholic hospital in the Kurdistan region and probably all of Iraq, as the conflicts have caused the closure of previous centers.

They have responded to the call of Archbishop Warda, since they share the same vision of having an effective mission in Iraq with Christian values in fields such as education and health.

Source: Chaldean View