April 6, 2016 France Hoang

MAG Logistics Donates Essential Medicine to Those in Need

Woodbridge, VA – April 6, 2016 – Stephen Arbib, CEO of MAG Logistics, together with The Humpty Dumpty Institute, donated and delivered much needed pharmaceuticals to the Kurdish areas of both Iraq and Syria. This donation will assist in alleviating the ongoing shortage of medicine in Iraq.

Closures of supply routes, high conflict areas, medical supply shortages and staff shortages are among the pressing challenges facing Iraq and all culminate in a severe health crisis.

“The conflict in Iraq is creating significant challenges in terms of getting medicine to where it is needed most. While we would like to help every community, we selected The Kobani community, in Kurdistan, which has suffered greatly at the hands of ISIS,” Mr. Arbib said about the pharmaceutical donation.

The pharmaceuticals will treat a range of conditions and illnesses and include several classes of antibiotics such as Amoxicillin and Ciprofloxacin. The value of the medical shipment is estimated to be $250,000 USD.

About MAG Logistics
MAG Logistics, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, is an independent, privately owned company, comprised of a team with an average of 25 years of experience in specialty aviation with a peerless reputation in the industry. The MAG Logistics team has been involved in all facets of aviation, and understands the business of transporting cargo and passengers on time and safely. Having vast global experience, MAG Logistics has successfully completed hundreds of projects, both large and small, often times under very difficult conditions. MAG Logistics is a MAG Global Company.  For more information, visit www.maglogistics.com

About The Humpty Dumpty Institute

The Humpty Dumpty Institute is a non-profit organization serving people in the developing world through the implementation of large-scale humanitarian projects and through our work with the United Nations. Since 2006, HDI has implemented significant development projects in Angola, Mozambique, Eritrea, Lebanon, Armenia, Laos, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. HDI fosters dialogue between the United Nations and a variety of constituencies all designed to help the U.N. become an even more effective Institution. To learn more visit, www.thehdi.org

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