"I was astounded by the vastness of the project and the job at hand..."
Nina, a doctor from the UK, is in Bangladesh, caring for people who have fled violence in neighbouring Myanmar. As she approaches the end of her posting with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF), Nina writes about some of her young patients, and the desire they feel to go home...
Holger Harnauf is a qualified car mechanic. In 2016 he spent six months on his first posting with MSF/Doctors Without Borders in the Central African Republic. One year later he’s back in Bangui and is blogging about his experiences.
Kirsti is a midwife from the USA. She is currently working for MSF / Doctors Without Borders in South Sudan, where she's helping to ensure women have a safe place to give birth...
After an eventful arrival at a remote hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Dr Ida Moberg faces more unexpected challenges. Living in a community under the threat of gunfire, Ida takes on a strained children's ward and an 11-year-old patient with suspected cholera.
Now she feels at home in Kibomba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Health Promoter Izzy Scott Moncrief has been busy battling through thunderstorms and over muddy trails to screen patients for sleeping sickness (HAT).