East german female swimmers

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In early 2003, WADI, a German-Austrian NGO focusing on women's issues, [18] started to work with mobile teams to take medical aid and social support to women in peripheral Kurdish areas such as in the Garmian region of Iraqi Kurdistan. These all-female teams consisting of a physician, a nurse, and a social worker built trust and opened doors in local communities otherwise sealed against outsiders. After more than a year of working in the area, women began to speak about FGM. Kurds in the area practice Sunna circumcision. Midwives often perform the operation with unsterilized instruments or even broken glass and without anesthesia on girls four to twelve years old. The extent of mutilation depends on the experience of the midwife and the luck of the girl. The wound is then treated with ash or mud with the girls then forced to sit in a bucket of iced water. Many Kurdish girls die, and others suffer chronic pain, infection, and infertility. Many say they suffer symptoms consistent with posttraumatic stress disorder syndrome. [19]


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Purpose : To enroll the hospital as a participating healthcare provider to the East West Assist (EWA) group of service provider. I. EWA will provide the following services by virtue of this agreement.

  • 1. To provide insurance companies and employees of corporations information and access to quality health care.
  • 2. To base with health insurance sector.
  • 3. To offer cashless services to clients through the provider network.
  • 4. To provide a twenty four hour alarm center
  • 5. Being listed as a preferred care provider on the list of EWA
  • 6. EWA will settle all approved, reasonable bills within 60 days of receipt of bills and supporting documents as details in the attached annexure

East german female swimmers

east german female swimmers

Purpose : To enroll the hospital as a participating healthcare provider to the East West Assist (EWA) group of service provider. I. EWA will provide the following services by virtue of this agreement.

  • 1. To provide insurance companies and employees of corporations information and access to quality health care.
  • 2. To base with health insurance sector.
  • 3. To offer cashless services to clients through the provider network.
  • 4. To provide a twenty four hour alarm center
  • 5. Being listed as a preferred care provider on the list of EWA
  • 6. EWA will settle all approved, reasonable bills within 60 days of receipt of bills and supporting documents as details in the attached annexure

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