In 2013, EliseCare joins forces with Jordan medical teams to provide care in 5 zones. In February 2014, EliseCare began a professional training program with doctors, nurses, and physiotherapists, but discontinued the mission in 2015 to focus on Iraq.
In 2011, an armed conflict began in Syria following a revolutionary movement, which soon became a Civil War armed on both sides. The civilian populations faced with the intense consequences of the conflict soon exiled to Jordan. In war zones and in refugee camps, the need for proper medical care is crucial. The refugee camp of Zaatari notably is within a couple miles of the Syrian-Jordan border and welcomes thousands. EliseCare joins forces with Jordan medical teams in 2013 to provide medical assistance in five different zones.
In hundreds of amputations and third degree burns, and in both adults and children, acupunctural techniques have been able to quickly relieve the victims of the pain, nauseas and heaving they suffered. It enabled the patients to regain some mobility and sensation within two days after skin grafts.
In February 2014, EliseCare begins a professional training program with doctors, nurses, and physiotherapists.
The number of refugees fleeing the Syrian conflict skyrockets in July 2015, reaching almost four million, establishing the conflict as the biggest humanitarian concern within 25 years.
Due to the strength of the conflict in the region and the growth of ISIS, EliseCare decided to begin a mission in Iraq.