Emmett Kearney is a water and sanitation logistician from Chicago. He obtained his MSc at WEDC-Loughborough University, studying water and environmental management for developing countries. He began work for MSF in Zambia, on a cholera prevention project. Before that he worked for two years on the Thai-Burma border. When not in the field, Emmett might be with friends in Chicago or enjoying Thanksgiving in July with his family.

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4 Responses to Biography

  1. Roshan says:

    I came across your blog today by following link from doctor without border website. I am 18 years old about to go university , my dream is to aid people in developing countries in any possible way I can. Just like you.
    Roshan Rai

  2. Emmett Kearney says:

    Nancy. Thanks for your comment. I’ll hopefully have one blog post per week, so hopefully I’ll be able to write about the people and my average day.

    Yes, the situation in Somalia is horrific. I have a friend working for MSF as a logistician there. He’s very very busy.

    Thanks again

  3. nancy says:

    if you have time , I would like to know more about your day in and the people. I’m sorry about my english.
    take care
    nancy from quebec

  4. nancy says:

    hi my name is nancy
    I am 34 years old and I am Canadian, more exactly from Quebec city. I found your blog today when I looked of the information about doctor without border. I read in newspapers the crisis which passes in Somalia and I would like to make a thorough levying to help them.

    I am a social worker and I would like to work also for doctor without border. I also read the blog of a social worker in RDC.

    It is pleasant to read on what you make it allows me to dream in the day or I can help too.