KEMSA – Kurdish European Medical Student Association
Who we are
The Kurdish European Medical Student Association (KEMSA) is a non-profit organization founded by two medical students: Reband Ahmed and Aram Azizi. It was established in November of 2013 in the city of Brno of the Czech Republic. At this time KEMSA began its networking via various social media outlets.
Today KEMSA is run by Kurdish medical students from diverse medical universities in Europe and consists of a growing range of members that have come together to establish national committees in the various European countries. During 2013, KEMSA became associated with the umbrella organisation Kurdish European Medical Association (KEMA).
Our primary aims
The primary aim of KEMSA is to unite all Kurdish medical students currently studying in the various medical faculties in Europe, while also subsequently promoting the studies and future practice of its members. KEMSA also intends to bridge the gap between Kurdish medical students in faculties in Kurdistan with their counterparts in Europe.
Get in touch
As a KEMSA member you will experience a host of benefits that will consolidate, support and help nurture your medical education and career. Furthermore we will work together to support our communities including underprivileged, aged, challenged, orphans, refugees, and all those who need our aid.
Feel free to get in touch with us by e-mail kemsa[pnkts]latviagmail[pnkts]com
We have lots of events coming up, so see our Facebook page for more details!