Here are some testimonials from students on how they feel about this programme:
“On behalf of all the medical students at our institution, I would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your generous contribution towards our transport project. Your support has enabled us to travel to our training hospital without any financial burden, which has been an enormous relief for us. We understand that your organisation is committed to improving healthcare services in our community. We are honoured to be part of this noble cause. Your contribution has not only helped us in our academic pursuits but also motivated us to work harder towards becoming competent healthcare professionals. Thank you again for your unwavering support and generosity. We hope we can count on your support in the future. Sincerely,” Adnan, Fourth Year Medical Student.
“I am writing this message as a grateful recipient of your generous donation towards our transport project. As a medical student, it is often challenging to balance academic commitments with financial constraints. However, with your support, we have traveled to our training hospital without worrying about transportation costs. Your contribution has not only eased our financial burden but also given us the opportunity to gain practical experience in a clinical setting. We are confident that this experience will help us become better healthcare professionals and serve the community with dedication and compassion. We appreciate your commitment to improving healthcare services in our community and are honoured to be associated with your organisation. Thank you again for your generosity and support. Best regards,” Tamer, Fifth Year Medical Student at IUG.
“My name is Heba, a sixth-year medical student at the Islamic University of Gaza. I currently live in Gaza in the north. As part of my fifth year routines, I visit hospitals in Gaza’s south. It is financially expensive and stressful for me. The portable bus project has contributed to improving our transportation and reducing our financial burden. I thank FQMS on behalf of me and my colleagues in the Faculty of Medicine for its contribution. Best regards,” Heba, Sixth Year Medical Student at IUG.