Millions of people are dying because of disease, epidemics and lack of medical attention. Other contributing factors in the rise in number of the dead are the inability to meet bills of medical treatment, lack of inoculation in many developing countries and deprived societies and war, with all its brutal shapes. War is responsible for the loss of millions of human lives, while leaving the survivors either wounded or maimed forever, thus further aggravating the suffering of many individuals and communities.

The Health Care Program of IIROSA strives to provide primary health care services to hundreds of thousands of victims of natural or man-made disasters and wars in various parts of the world.


  • To provide emergency services during the outbreak of war and famine.
  • To send medical convoys to remote areas to inoculate and provide preventive medicine.
  • To apply the concept of comprehensive health care among the poor and the needy.
  • To provide health care to persons under IIROSA care such as orphans and students.
  • To broaden the base of health care services wherever needed.
  • To set up specialized health projects when the need arises.
  • To develop the resources of health care facilities and self-sufficiency.
  • To enhance technical skills of workers in the field of health care.


  • Setting up, running and operating hospitals and dispensaries as well as clinics, pharmacies, laboratories and medical convoys.
  • Providing primary health care and promoting health education to the needy and poor people.
  • Cooperating and exchanging ideas with regional as well as international institutions who are engaged in the field of health care.
  • Setting up, operating and running nutrition centers for children who are suffering from malnutrition.
  • Sponsoring of physicians, pharmacists, technicians and nurses employed in the health care facilities.
  • Promoting the principle of nominal fees, and gradually shifting subsidized projects to programs designed to enhance and reduce administrative and operation costs up to the level of partial or full self-sufficiency.