Dr. Hamza Zeytinoglu - Project Field Coordinator, Mentor. Specialist in health management and health informatics. "So far, I have worked or consulted in the United States, United Kingdom, especially in Turkey, on health care system reform, management and information technologies. It is very important for me to carry out my experiments and serve here as a field coordinator of an important project of the World Health Organization in the bortherly country Azerbaijan.”

Dr. Nasiman Alili - Project Assistant. Tepecik Training and Research Hospital, is studying for a master's degree in pediatrics.

“When I left Azerbaijan 9 years ago to go to Hacettepe University to study medicine, one of my biggest dreams was to return to my country and serve the health of our people. I am happy to participate in the REACT-C19 project and try to raise the level of readiness of hospitals in Baku and the regions for a special mission and achieve this. ”

Dr. Parvin Hajiyeva - one of the 18 consulting doctors of the project. Ege University Medical Faculty Hospital, specializing in anesthesiology and resuscitation.

"Management of patients in a serious condition is critical to reducing mortality in the COVID- 19 pandemic. In this regard, I enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience in the field of resuscitation with colleagues in my country and seeing the benefits to patients.”

Dr. Parviz Abbasov - Doctor of Medical Sciences, Associate Professor, General Surgeon. Director of “Yeni Klinika”.

“Experts from Turkey have contributed to us on various issues. Efforts to establish a triage system, which is absolutely necessary to minimize the spread of infection in hospitals during a pandemic, are particularly valuable. As a newly established clinic, we are pleased to work with them for the development of our hospital for 2 weeks.”

Ayten Mammadova is a senior nurse sent to Goranboy Central Hospital. "As part of this project, doctors from Turkey have set up an infection control committee at our hospital and signed an important agreement. They trained not only doctors, but also all paramedics, including nurses. I was selected as a local consultant and they were given the responsibility to teach their training to other health workers.”