Services for Community
The "Rohama Baynahum" team, consisting of female volunteers from the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa in a partnership with different universities, and the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain A.S. This team demonstrated their commitment to providing essential first aid services to the underprivileged members of society during the world's largest annual mass gathering event in the city of Karbala. This event commemorates the Martyrdom of Hussain (Peace Be Upon Him) and His devoted companions, who valiantly fought for justice during challenging times against a tyrannical ruler.
Operating in small groups of 5-6 individuals, these dedicated female volunteers attended to various critical areas that demanded immediate attention in terms of first aid and emergency services. Multiple groups worked simultaneously, with subsequent batches seamlessly taking over, ensuring continuous coverage. This collaborative approach not only fostered valuable lessons in teamwork, emergency response, and empathy but also allowed these volunteers to assist and support those in need.
For a duration of ten days, these tireless female volunteers provided uninterrupted, round-the-clock first aid services near the Holy Grave of Imam Hussain A.S and His companions. The gathering comprised individuals from different countries, congregated in limited space. In addition to their first aid duties, these volunteers offered translation services to tourists who required medical assistance and directed them to nearby hospitals or dispensaries whenever necessary.
The University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa took the initiative to provide comprehensive first-aid training to all the volunteers, students and staff from University of AlZahraa and several other places were also welcome to join same training, regardless of their backgrounds. This noble cause attracted participation from students and staff members from diverse faculties, extending beyond nursing and medical colleges. By offering their time and skills, these volunteers exemplified their dedication to serving individuals in need of assistance.
Maintaining a high standard of hygiene was a significant priority when delivering aid to pilgrims of various ages and needs, as it was imperative to ensure a germ-free and virus-free living environment. Stringent measures were implemented to mitigate potential health risks associated with the continuous mass gathering.
Through their unwavering commitment to providing first aid services, these remarkable female volunteers from the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa made a profound impact on the well-being of the community. Their selflessness and dedication to serving others serve as shining example of compassion and empathy.
Empowering Health Education through Collaboration: University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa's Path to a Healthier Future
In a remarkable demonstration of the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa's unwavering commitment to knowledge sharing and exchange, a transformative initiative has been launched under the esteemed patronage of the university's President. With a firm belief in the power of international collaboration, the university has orchestrated a momentous student outbound exchange program to Egypt, aimed at fostering academic growth and excellence within the nursing college. This pioneering initiative aligns with the global agenda for sustainable development, emphasizing the principles of partnership and collaboration, with a particular focus on promoting well-being and equitable access to quality healthcare.
Under this groundbreaking program, the university's brightest and most accomplished nursing students, who are recipients of prestigious scholarships, have embarked on a transformative journey to the renowned University of Egypt for Science and Technology. Brimming with ambition and intellect, this exceptional student delegation comprises individuals passionate about nursing, driven by their desire to contribute to the improvement of global health outcomes.
The immersive training program has unfolded within the illustrious walls of the University of Egypt for Science and Technology, where these aspiring nursing scholars have been assigned to nursing departments renowned for their expertise and advancements in healthcare. The nursing college offers a distinct and comprehensive curriculum, meticulously designed to nurture talent, enhance critical thinking, and ignite a passion for scientific exploration in the context of nursing practice.
This visionary initiative represents a meticulously organized and strategically planned framework, providing an invaluable opportunity for the exchange of nursing experiences and best practices. The students, having already honed their theoretical acumen at our esteemed university, are now presented with a unique chance to enrich their practical skills. By immersing themselves in the nursing education and clinical environments offered by the University of Egypt for Science and Technology, these talented individuals are poised to expand their horizons and transcend the boundaries of conventional learning, working towards the goal of universal health coverage and promoting healthy lives.
As these exceptional nursing students tread the path of academic excellence, their participation in this outbound exchange program signifies a firm step towards achieving the university's overarching vision of fostering global partnerships, knowledge dissemination, and sustainable development in healthcare, in alignment with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. This groundbreaking initiative resonates with the ideals and principles advocated by the international nursing community, demonstrating the university's unwavering dedication to contributing to a brighter future for nursing practice and the overall well-being of individuals and communities.
Through this endeavor, the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa exemplifies the spirit of collaboration and the pursuit of knowledge, fostering a transformative educational landscape that inspires nursing students to become catalysts for positive change in healthcare. As these exceptional individuals embark on this remarkable expedition, they are destined to become ambassadors of innovation, cultural understanding, and intellectual enlightenment, embodying the essence of sustainable development in an interconnected world, with a focus on improving health and well-being for all.
University of Warith Al-Anbiya: Leading the Way in Healthcare Services for Arbaeen Pilgrims
In an exceptional collaboration with the Medical Corps and Red Crescent, the University of Warith Al-Anbiya has emerged as a trailblazer in providing comprehensive and exceptional healthcare services to pilgrims during the revered Arbaeen pilgrimage. This report highlights the university's outstanding commitment to promoting health and well-being, aligning with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 3, which seeks to ensure healthy lives and well-being for all.
Enhancing Healthcare Access:
Harnessing the exceptional talents of its students from the esteemed College of Medicine and Nursing, the University of Warith Al-Anbiya plays a pivotal role in delivering vital healthcare services. These dedicated students, in collaboration with the esteemed Imam Zainul Abidin Hospital, provide invaluable support, ensuring that pilgrims receive medical care with utmost professionalism and compassion. By integrating education and practical experience, the university empowers its students to apply their knowledge in real-world healthcare settings, fostering their skills and cultivating a deep sense of empathy and understanding for patients' needs.
Comprehensive and Personalized Care:
Through its partnership with the Medical Corps and Red Crescent, the University of Warith Al-Anbiya offers an extensive range of comprehensive medical care and support services. The university's unwavering commitment to personalized care ensures that each pilgrim's unique healthcare needs are meticulously addressed. From primary healthcare consultations to specialized treatments, advanced diagnostics, and prompt emergency medical assistance, the university leaves no stone unturned in upholding the highest standards of care, safeguarding the well-being of the pilgrims.
Empowering Local Communities:
The University of Warith Al-Anbiya's dedication to healthcare transcends the Arbaeen pilgrimage. Actively engaging with local communities, the university provides accessible and affordable healthcare services, thereby addressing the healthcare needs of underserved populations. By promoting equitable access to quality healthcare, the University of Warith Al-Anbiya plays a vital role in improving the overall health and well-being of the community, aligning with the principles of SDG 3.
Impact and Future Commitments:
The pioneering efforts of the University of Warith Al-Anbiya in providing healthcare services during the Arbaeen pilgrimage have had a profound impact on the well-being of pilgrims. The collaborative efforts with the Medical Corps and Red Crescent have not only expanded the university's reach but also enhanced the quality of healthcare services provided. Building upon these remarkable achievements, the University of Warith Al-Anbiya remains steadfast in its commitment to continuous improvement and innovation, striving to further enhance healthcare access and quality for Arbaeen pilgrims in the future.
The University of Warith Al-Anbiya's groundbreaking collaboration with the Medical Corps and Red Crescent is a testament to its pioneering role in revolutionizing healthcare services for Arbaeen pilgrims. By integrating education and practical experience, the university equips its students to become exemplary healthcare professionals. The comprehensive and personalized care offered by the university ensures the well-being of pilgrims during the Arbaeen pilgrimage while actively working towards improving healthcare access in local communities. The university's unwavering dedication to SDG 3 exemplifies its commitment to fostering a healthier society for all, leaving a lasting impact on the well-being of individuals and communities.
Fostering Health and Education Partnerships
Driven by a forward-thinking vision, the Higher Health and University Education Authority at the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain A.S is dedicated to ensuring scientific excellence. This commitment extends to the highest educational standards for students in the medical and academic faculties, aiming to establish an advanced and distinguished educational model.
In alignment with Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-Being, and fostering partnerships in line with SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals, a delegation from the Higher Health and University Education Authority, led by Professor Dr. Sattar Al-Saadi, initiated several Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) and partnerships.
These partnerships encompass various aspects, including:
1. Advancing the research domain.
2. Facilitating student exchange programs at undergraduate and specialized levels, including opportunities for pursuing master's and doctoral programs at renowned international institutions.
3. Organizing reciprocal visits for professors and academics from a group of medical colleges to the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa, AlZahraa University for Women, and a consortium of distinguished academic institutions.
4. Sharing curricula and academic content/Hosting in-person and online lectures and conferences, as well as international workshops
5. Conducting practical training programs in healthcare institutions abroad on an exchange basis.
Notable among these partners is the historic Saint George University in Beirut, Lebanon, along with its renowned medical center, founded in 1878. The direct affiliation of Saint George University with the Mayo Clinic in the United States allows us access to cutting-edge teaching programs in the field of medicine, utilizing the latest advancements in teaching methodologies.
Furthermore, an MoU for cooperation has been established with the Faculty of Medicine at the Lebanese University, which follows the Francophone academic system. This collaboration aims to enhance skills, adopt technology, introduce elements of research and innovation into the educational methodology, and create an environment focused on students' growth and excellence.
To enhance skills, leverage technology, and integrate research and innovation into the educational approach, discussions have also taken place with the American University of Beirut. These talks are centered around building a substantial database for research and associated data in the medical field.
In summary, these efforts reflect our commitment to Sustainable Development Goal 3 by promoting good health and well-being through advanced medical education and partnerships. Moreover, they exemplify our dedication to SDG 17 by fostering collaboration and partnerships with prestigious institutions to collectively strive for excellence in education and healthcare.
Field Trip Promoting Good Health: Nursing Students' Outreach in Karbala
As part of their academic training and commitment to honing their skills, students from the College of Nursing from the University of Warith Al-Anbiyaa embarked on a field trip to primary schools within the holy province of Karbala, Iraq. This endeavour aligns with the requirements of scientific training, aimed at equipping students with practical experience and exposing them to various medical conditions.
Under the guidance of the college's esteemed professors, this field trip was organized by the College of Nursing, specifically for students specializing in pediatric nursing. The visit was directed toward elementary schools in the sacred province of Karbala.
The primary objective of this visit was to conduct on-site assessments and early diagnosis of malnutrition and visual impairments among the students. This initiative exemplifies our dedication to Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-Being.
By reaching out to the community and addressing health-related concerns at an early stage, our nursing students play a crucial role in promoting good health and well-being. This hands-on experience not only enriches their academic journey but also contributes to the overall health and well-being of the children in Karbala.
Through initiatives like these, we underscore our commitment to fostering a healthier future for our community while providing valuable learning experiences for our students, aligning with the principles of SDG 3.