Recently, Hajar was been involved in the creation of the African PID medical society, ASID, and has helped organise several meetings. We also worked towards the creation of ARAPID, a network dedicated to improve collaboration between Arabic healthcare providers.
Hajar is keen on bringing the experience from other countries to the Moroccan parents of children with PID which can be beneficial to the development of our national care so we work closely with other patient organisations. We have partnerships with the French Association of Patients with PID, IRIS, and with the International Patient Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiency IPOPI.
Hajar has several projects in the pipeline. The most prominent one is the construction of a specific unit for PID transplant in Morocco. This will ensure that even the more severe cases of PIDs can have access to treatment.
There is still a of work to be done to make PIDs better known among the medical community and we are committed to be part of the change!