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Tuesday, 18 November 2014

تعلن عيادة الدكتور باسل عبدالحسين عبدالله في مجمع النور الطبي لزبائنها الكرام عن توفر الفحوصات بالامواج الفوق الصوتية (السونار) بانواعها العديدة التالية:
·   فحوصات البطن و الحوض و الحوامل
·   فحوصات الغدة الدرقية و الثدي والخصيتين
·   الفحوصات الداخلية (TRUS & TVUS)
·   فحوصات الاوعية الدموية (الدوبلرDOPPLER )
·   اخذ العينات الطبية من الانسجة (FNAB & CORE BIOPSY)
·   بزل السوائل المتجمعة في تجاويف الجسم (SAMPLES & DRAINAGE)

هذا املين ان تنعموا بالصحة والسلامة و لمرضاناالشفاءالعاجل

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Sunday, 30 June 2013


Noor Medical Complex - ERBIL

Noor Medical Complex in ERBIL


Noor Medical Complex is a multi medical-purposes centre with an advanced keyhole laboratories and Radiology section services to deliver accessible high quality health services in a focused and caring environment.

The close proximity to the Erbil’s main encircle roads such as 60M Road and 100M Road, and it is also 10 minutes drive to Erbil International Airport. The location itself lies in heart of Erbil medical district named as (Doctors Street), which is a unique advantage to the project.

The complex houses six levels of multi-purpose medical issues and an extra level for car-parking, starting from bottom to top, the complex can be highlighted as follow;

B2 (Basement-2): 2000 square meters car-parking suited for our local tenants only.

B1 (Basement-1): 2000 square meters area suited for drug-stores and other medical equipments, which is fully ready to make partitions upon your request

G (Ground floor): 40 commercial-stores suited for all medical purposes such as; pharmacies, medical requirements shop, eyewear and eye-care shop, and other miscellaneous purposes.  

L1 (Level-1): 24 polyclinics, ranged between 2-3 rooms, plus a central clinical laboratory and a central Radiology department to provides the full range of radiological investigations from the simple plain X-ray to the state of the art CT and MRI imaging       

L2 (Level-2): additional 24 polyclinics, ranged between 2-3 rooms

L3 (Level-3):  up to 10 flats suited for medical companies and other purposes. The rest half of the level (1000 square meters) is open to suggestions and ready to make partitions upon your request. Physical therapy centre, or clinical centre, or eye-caring centre is place of recommendation. This area  (1000 square meters) has also the chance to be a part of the proposed hospital.

H (Hospital / Level-4): 3 operations halls, 24 patient beds, 2 outpatient rooms and all others related facilities such as recovery room, sterilizing room, doctor room, nurse room, administration section, kitchen, laundry room and services stores      

R (Roof / Level-5): 300 square meters terrace caffee to serve the hospital and the whole building  
This project is presently at the finishing stages and we are seriously intending to end the project within 3months.
We are mainly aimed to provide quality services and uphold standards of professionalism to improve the level of patient satisfaction that is responsive, efficient, courteous and helpful.

Google Map Search: Noor Medical Erbil

Ahmad Jamal
Bussiness Development Management
Noor Medical Complex
M: 00964 750 449 5652
E: noormedicalcomplex@gmail.com
Doctors Street
Erbil, Kurdistan Region
Iraq

Sunday, 1 April 2012

Hawler.com is now open?!

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Monday, 17 October 2011

University of Leicester announces groundbreaking English language training initiative in Kurdistan


A British university is breaking new ground in international collaboration by working with a Kurdistan University to set up an English Language centre for students. It will be located in Erbil (Hewler), the capital city of the Federal Region of Kurdistan - Iraq.
This capacity-building project between the University of Leicester and the University of Kurdistan-Hewler (UKH), in northern Iraq, will provide new opportunities for students to take English language qualifications in their home country, and in the region.   The UKH-University of Leicester International English Language Centre will equip students for courses in English at home or abroad and will be an important focus for strengthening English language speaking in the region.
The focus will be on capacity-building, with a programme of development visits by staff from Leicester's highly rated English Language Teaching Unit to work with and train up lecturers in Kurdistan to build a centre that will administer qualifications and assist in improving the English language skills of the population -- an aim that the Kurdistan government sees as a key part of its modernisation programme. As opportunities arise, staff could be seconded to Kurdistan.
The announcement comes as the government of Kurdistan pursues the growth of higher education as one of its top priorities. In recent years the country has invested in its existing universities and built new ones, including UKH (established in 2006), where courses are taught in English.
Over a succession of visits  between Leicester and Kurdistan universities, including  Dohuk, Nawroz, Salahaddin, Soran, and UKH,  important academic partnerships across a range of subjects, from English and Translation Studies to Geology, Computer Science and Engineering, have created the framework for the new Centre.
Roger Smith, the Director of the English Language Teaching Unit in Leicester, says the new venture will “make an important contribution to the professional development of English language provision in Kurdistan.”
He added: “We have plans to work with our partner to increase access to internationally recognised English language tests and qualifications.”
"We've been delighted with the performance of the students from Kurdistan who are currently studying in Leicester and we hope this relationship will encourage more to follow."
The current English language provision in Kurdistan and neighbouring countries has not kept pace with rising demand which has made it difficult for talented scholarship candidates to meet the UK Border Agency's visa requirements.
Professor Douglas Tallack, Leicester's Pro-Vice Chancellor (International), said collaboration was planned on curriculum development, assessment, drawing up materials and tutor training.
“Universities which simply visit Kurdistan to recruit students make little contribution to capacity building in Kurdistan and the wider region”, he said.
David Hall, the University’s Registrar, added: "We are not going into this collaboration to make a profit but as a two-way relationship of academic collaboration that will benefit both sides and help to raise our profile in a dynamic country that is energetically engaged in democratic modernisation post Saddam."

Friday, 14 October 2011

Take in Erbil, Iraq's Dubai



The city's newly renovated downtown area, with the ancient Erbil Citadel in the background. Mariwan Salihi for The National


Why Erbil?


Erbil is the Iraq you don't know about from the news. Spared from the carnage seen elsewhere in the country, the capital of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region calls itself - with a mix of aspiration and optimism - "the second Dubai", because of the many new shopping malls, five-star hotels and skyscrapers under construction.
But, unlike Dubai, humans have lived here for nearly 10,000 years, making it one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Erbil has also been capturing the world's attention for all the right reasons, with National Geographic and The New York Times both listing Kurdistan as a top travel destination for 2011.
The city's heart is Erbil Citadel (www.erbilcitadel.org), sited on a naturally defendable 10-ha plateau, which explains why the Sumerians, Assyrians, Babylonians, Sassanids, Medes, Romans, Abbasids, Ottomans and others have all based themselves here. The citadel is undergoing renovation with assistance from Unesco, ahead of a projected World Heritage Site listing, but parts remain open to tourists.


A comfortable bed

The latest entrant in Erbil's five-star market is the Park Hotel (www.divan.com.tr; 00 964 750 128 5908) opposite Sami Abdulrahman Park on Gulan Road. Scheduled to open next month, it will be home to QH 21 Sushi and Grill Bar (the first of its kind in Iraq), Seasons World Cuisine (with live cooking stations), Chopin Piano Bar and Saray Pastries, among others. It will also house the biggest in-hotel spa and gym in Iraq. Rooms are projected to cost from US$255 (Dh937) per night, including taxes.

Nearby is the Erbil Rotana Hotel (www.rotana.com; 00 964 66 210 55 55); its restaurants offer international, Italian and Lebanese cuisine, a piano bar, and a swimming pool for the summer months. Prices start from $410 (Dh1,506) per night.
For those on a tighter budget, the three-star Dim Dim Hotel on 30 M Street (00 964 750 445 8372) is close to the ancient citadel. Double rooms cost from $117 (Dh671), including breakfast, internet and taxes.

Find your feet

Most of the city's downtown area is easily explored on foot. After seeing the citadel's main attractions, including the Kurdish Textile Museum (www.kurdishtextilemuseum.com), head to the Qaysari Bazaar in the downtown area, which has been recently reconstructed using traditional architecture, for organic Kurdish cheese or honey and to buy souvenirs such as kalash (hand-made white Kurdish shoes). Cool down at the fountains in the Parki Shar (City Park), then visit the famous Machko Chaykhana, the historic teahouse located at the foot the citadel), which has been a traditional meeting point for the city's intellectuals and journalists.
The city's rich history is chronicled in the small Erbil Civilization Museum on Salam Barzani Street (admission free; open from 9am to 1.30pm, closed on Friday). Frustratingly, the 3,500 artefacts are housed in inadequate display cases, often with mislabelled and misspelt English labels. The staff act bored and appear ill-informed.
On the way to the airport is the suburb of Ainkawa, with a predominantly Assyrian Christian population who speak neo-Aramaic, and an Assyrian museum.


Meet the locals

Erbilis love to picnic in their city's many large parks. The sprawling Sami Abdulrahman Park, with rose gardens, lakes, restaurants, cafes, a large public library and several large statues of famous Kurds, is one of the most beautiful in the Middle East. Minaret Park (named after the ancient Mudhafaria, or Choly minaret, located inside the park) is a place to share a cabin on the Erbil Teleferique (cable car) with the residents and head to the adjacent Shanidar Park. A one-way ride costs around $7 (Dh26) per cabin and takes only 15 minutes - enough to learn some Kurdish phrases.


Book a table

Erbil's multi-ethnic population is reflected in its dining, with specialist restaurants spanning the culinary spectrum. Kurdish-Iraqi food is itself a mix of influences from Turkey, Persia, India, Greece, Lebanon and Syria. Erbil considers itself the kebab capital of Iraq, and you can judge the veracity of that at Abu Shahab City (near Naz City, on Gulan Road), a large complex with several buildings that offer fast food and local cuisine. Its Iraqi grill (kebab, chicken tikka and more) is delicious, but nothing beats their famous speciality, quzi sham, a biryani dish with meat and chicken, all covered with a layer of fried pastry. A meal for two usually costs around $50 (Dh184).


Shopper's paradise

Retail-therapy options range from the 13th-century bazaar to five swanky, Dubai-style malls. Family Mall on 100 M Road has Iraq's first Carrefour hypermarket, while the newly built Majidi Mall (www.majidimall.com) on Koya Road has the broadest range of international brands. Another 20 malls are planned for Erbil, which aspires to be one of the top shopping destinations in the Middle East.



What to avoid

Erbil is secular and liberal, and probably one of the more tolerant areas in the wider Middle East. But, as throughout the region, it's still wise to dress modestly.


Don't miss

Surprisingly for many first-time visitors, Erbil offers an unforgettable nightlife experience in Ainkawa. Order shisha and drinks at the Mamounia Sky Bar at Noble Hotel (www.fairouz-group.com) while taking in the breathtaking night panorama of Erbil's modern and ancient skyline.




Source: http://www.thenational.ae

Monday, 10 October 2011

یانەی هەولێر: بردنەوە لە یانەى كوێت مەحاڵ نییە



یاریدەدەرى راهێنەرى تیپی تۆپی پێی یانەى هەولێر رای گەیاند بارودۆخی تیپەكەیان زۆرباش و جێگیرە و بردنەوەیان لە یانەى كوێتی كوێتی لە یاریی گەڕانەوەى قۆناغی چوارگۆشەى زێڕینی جامى یەكەتیی یانەیلی ئاسیا مەحاڵ نییە. 

مەحموود عەزیز سكرتێر لە یانەى وەرزشی هەولێر بەئاژانسی كوردستان بۆ دەنگوباس (ئاكانیوز)ى راگەیاند، هەفتەی داهاتوو شاندی تیپی تۆپی پێی هەولێر بەرەو كوێت بەڕێ دەكەون بەمەبەستی ئەنجامدانى یاریی گەڕانەوەى قۆناغی چوارگۆشەى زێڕینی جامى یەكەتیی یانەیلى ئاسیا بەرامبەر یانەى كوێتی كوێتی كە رۆژى 18ی ئەم مانگە دێتە ئەنجامدان. 

لە یاریی چووندا هەفتەی رابردوو لە یاریگەى فەڕەنسۆ هەریری لە هەولێر هاتە ئەنجامدان یانەى هەولێر نەیتوانى سەركەوتن بەدەست بێنێ كاتێك بە ئەنجامی (2 – سفر) گۆڵ بەیانەى كوێتی كوێتی دۆڕا. 

عەزیز گوتی، دواى یارییەكە چەند كۆبوونەوەیەكى تایبەت لەگەڵ تەواوی یاریكەرەیل و دەستەى راهێنەرەیل ئەنجام درا و هەوڵمان داوە دۆخی تیپەكە رێك بخەینەوە، تا رادەیەكی زۆر توانیوومانە گرێكوێرەى ناو دەروونی یاریكەرەیل بەرامبەر بە یانە كوێتیەكە بكەینەوە. 

لاى خۆیەوە عومەر مەجید یاریدەدەرى راهێنەرى هەولێر بۆ (ئاكانیوز)ى روون كردەوە، ئامادەكاریی تیپەكەمان رۆژانە بەردەوامە، 6 یاریكەر بەهۆى یاریكردن لەگەڵ هەڵبژاردەى عێراق لە پاڵاوتنەیلی جامى جیهانى ئامادە نابن، ئەوەش كاریگەریى دەبێت لەسەر تیپەكە، بەڵام هەوڵ دەدەین هاوسەنگیەك رابگرین بۆ یاریی داهاتوو. 

مەجید دووپاتی كردەوە، بردنەوە لەگەڵ یانەى كوێت مەحاڵ نییە، تەنیا دەبێت زۆر بەهەستیارییەوە یاریی بكەین و هەڵەكان دووبارە نەكەنەوە. 

لە: محەمەد كارێزی. نووس: سەرباز ساڵح

Source: aknews.com

كرة اربيل: الفوز على نادي الكويت ليس مستحيلاً

Ph Credit: aknews.com


قال سكرتير في نادي اربيل الرياضي اليوم الاحد، ان اوضاع الفريق جيدة ومستقرة، وان فوزه على نادي الكويت الكويتي في مباريات الاياب لمرحلة المربع الذهبي لاتحاد أندية آسيا ليس مستحيلاً.

واوضح محمود عزيز لوكالة كردستان للانباء(آكانيوز) اليوم ان "فريق اربيل الكروي سيتوجه الاسبوع المقبل الى الكويت بهدف اجراء مباراة الاياب ضمن مرحلة المربع الذهبي لكاس اتحاد الآندية الآسيوية، مع نادي الكويت الكويتي" مبيناً ان "المباراة ستقام يوم 18 تشرين الاول الجاري".

وكانت مباراة الذهاب قد اقيمت الاسبوع الماضي على ارض ملعب فرانسوا الحريري في اربيل، وقد اخفق فريق اربيل في تحقيق نتيجة ايجابية، وخسر المباراة بنتيجة (صفر-2) امام نادي الكويت.

واضاف عزيز "بعد مباراة الذهاب، عقدنا اجتماعات عدة مع جميع اللاعبين وهيئة التدريب، وحاولنا تنظيم اوضاع الفريق، وقد استطعنا الى حد ما جعل اللاعبين يجتازون الحاجز النفسي اثر اخفاقهم في تلك المباراة".

من جهته، قال مساعد مدرب فريق اربيل الكروي عمر مجيد لـ(آكانيوز) ان "استعدادات الفريق تجري بشكل يومي" مبيناً ان "ستة لاعبين سيغيبون عن مباراة الاياب في الكويت بسبب ارتباطهم في مباريات المنتخب العراقي الخاصة بكأس العالم، وهذا الامر سيحمل تأثيرات على فريقنا، ولكننا نسعى الى ايجاد توازن في لاعبي المباراة المقبلة".

واكد مجيد على ان "فوز نادي اربيل في مباراة الاياب بالكويت ليس مستحيلاً، فقط يحتاج الامر الى خوض المباراة بحس عال، وعدم تكرار الاخطاء نفسها التي وقع فيها في مباراة الذهاب".

من: محمد كاريزي، تر: وفاء زنكنه


Source: aknews.com

اربيل تشهد ورشة عمل خاصة بآليات جذب السياح الى كوردستان

Ph Credit: Huner Ali, 'ERBIL PARK' 


أربيل: عقدت في مدينة اربيل اليوم الاثنين، ورشة عمل متخصصة لتطوير القطاع السياحي في كوردستان، وآلية جذب السياح الاجانب الى الاقليم، بمشاركة عشرات الشركات السياحية المتخصصة.
ونظمت الورشة في فندق(بيست ان اربيل) بمشاركة رئيس هيئة السياحة في اقليم كوردستان، وشركات سياحية متخصصة، وتعقد لمدة يوم واحد.
واوضح رئيس هيئة سياحة كوردستان مولوي جبار اليوم ان "الورشة نظمت من قبل المديرية العامة لسياحة اربيل، بمشاركة 40 شركة متخصصة في القطاع السياحي، وجمعية الشركات السياحية".

واشار الى ان "مباحثات موسعة ستجرى في الورشة بهدف ايجاد طرق لتشجيع وحث الشركات السياحية على تطوير هذا القطاع المهم، وجذب السياح الاجانب الى الاقليم، فضلاً عن تشجيع الشركات الكوردية المحلية على تطوير السياحة".

واضاف جبار "كخطوة اولى، ستقوم كل شركة سياحية بتخصيص عشرة من منتسبيها للتأهل باعتبارهم مرشدين سياحيين، من قبل فريق الماني متخصص"مبيناً انه "تم تثبيت هذا المقترح في ورشة العمل، وباعتبارنا جهة ذات علاقة نعمل على تنفيذه، لأن واحدة من اهدافنا تتمثل في التمكن حتى عام 2015 من جذب 4 ملايين سائح الى كوردستان".

بدوره، قال رئيس جمعية الشركات السياحية في الاقليم اسماعيل محمد "لنتمكن من جذب السياح الاجانب، فنحن بحاجة الى دعم حكومة الاقليم" منوها انه "ينبغي على الجهات ذات العلاقات في الحكومة ان تقدم الدعم لاصحاب رؤوس الاموال بهدف انشاء الفنادق والموتيلات والمرافق السياحية في المصايف والمواقع السياحية مثل جنديان، وبيخال، وكلي علي بك، ومناطق اخرى، لأن السائح قد يرغب في قضاء الليل عند زيارة المناطق السياحية، الا ان انعدام اماكن المبيت يضطره للعودة الى مراكز المدن". 

Source: aknews.com

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Kurdish plane-maker eyes turbine engine


Ph Credit: kurdishglobe.net



When Anwar said he wanted to build a plane, people thought he was crazy

Nariman Anwar, 34, sits in his garage in Erbil city's industrial area, looking at the photos and videos of his first plane. He took photos and filmed all the steps of building the plane, from the beginning until he flew the plane. On July 12, 2010, Anwar made his first successful flight, after four years of intense work. 

He built two planes before his third was a success. He worked on his first plane for a year and six months, but the plane failed to take off. The second plane took him nine months, and was another failure. The third plane took only six months to build, but then he spent a year testing it. 

"On July 12, 2010, I went to Harir Runway [north of Erbil city] to fly my plane. I did not tell my mother or anyone else, even the friends who helped me build the plane, that I was going to fly the plane. I did not want to worry them," said Anwar. 

He added, "I just called an ambulance and a fire truck, in case of an emergency. First I drove the plane just to check the plane was OK. A few minutes later, I just took off. I went up 1,000 feet and I didn't even have a parachute." 

After three more flights, he was able to land the plane without any problems. "When I stepped out of the plane, I saw tears in the eyes of one of the ambulance guys. And the others looked very shocked; they thought the plane would crash at any moment." 

Anwar learned how to fly in China. In 2006, he went to China to take private lessons to become pilot. Later, after his finished his first successful plane, a German flight instructor came to Kurdistan to train Anwar, for which he is grateful. 

Anwar believes that if Saddam Hussein were still in power, he would be hanged. Under Hussein's regime, Kurds were not allowed to be pilots or take aviation classes. There were aviation colleges in Baghdad, Basra and Mosul, but none in the Kurdish areas. 

Anwar's first goal is complete, which was to build a plane and fly it. His second mission is to open an institute to train people, especially mechanical engineering graduates, on how to build planes and become pilots. 

He said the Kurdish government promised to give him full support to open the institute. However, he said he can't do the job alone; he needs experts from outside, such as aviation instructors, mechanical engineers and plane designers, to teach at the institute. 

He also wants the government to open a center for inventors. "Many talented people visit me with great ideas but they don't have money to put their ideas into work." 

Right now, Anwar is working on a new plane. This will be a four-person plane, which can fly to 16,000 feet with a maximum speed of 250 kilometers per hour, and should be able to fly for eight hours, nonstop. 

The plane is in the final stage, and should be finished in about a month and a half. He plans to fly it soon after. Anwar works as a car mechanic every day until 2 p.m., and then starts work on his plane. After his next project is complete, he plans to build a plane that uses turbine engines. 

For Anwar, building planes was a childhood dream. He said when he was 3 years old he deliberately jumped off the roof of his house to see if he could fly. This resulted in a serious head injury, and his father took him to a doctor in Baghdad. The surgeon, Sa'hd Wutry, told Anwar's father his son would be either crazy or a genius when he grew up. 

When Anwar started to build his latest plane, he approached some government officials to talk about his idea. "Many of them, including my family and friends, thought that I had a mental problem." 
Anwar believes talented people do not care about what other people say about them. "They are just focused on their goal, and in fact they see their vision."

Qassim Khidhir