Badur Abbas, Zeyneb Razzaq, Mohammad Ayad...
They are just three of sick Iraqi children who have suffered from absence of proper medical care. However, they will receive medical treatment in the Czech Republic. They have suffered from heart sufficiency, dysuria and lymph problems.
The first three patients will arrive on August 7th and will be admitted to Prague's Motol Hospital. The treatment will be paid for by the Czech government. The sick children will be transfered to Prague by a special-equipped plane from Basra airport. Other children, who suffers from a number of illnesses, will follow this group for medical care.
Meanwhile doctors are serving at the Czech Army field hospital in the Iraqi city of Basra to offer medical care despite lack of medicine and insufficient medical facilities.