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Patients make me happy every day
Since I started working with MSF, I’ve focused on the humanitarian aspect of my job.
10 Nov 2015 / 4 minute read
Ashraf Al Bostanji
The scope of this suffering
Surgeon Ashraf Al Bostanji talks about his experiences working the reconstructive hospital in Amman in Jordan.
10 Sep 2015 / 3 minute read
Something completely preventable
In the final installment of my audio diary from Yemen I talk about a desperate mother, an airstrike and working in the emergency room.
03 Sep 2015 / 5 minute read
Life has to go on
In the fourth installment of my audio diary, I talk about water and sanit
02 Sep 2015 / 6 minute read
Just waiting for the bomb to drop
In my third audio diary, I visit a health centre and talk about why I hate planes.
21 Aug 2015 / 4 minute read
“Please don’t forget us. Please tell people about us.”
This was one of the last things I heard from national staff colleagues before I boarded my flight on a long journey home to Canada.
05 Aug 2015 / 8 minute read
Central African Republic
I need an ambulance
In my second audio diary, I talk about the difficulty people have reaching the MSF hospital. Transcript
04 Aug 2015 / 4 minute read
MSF in Yemen
“I had never heard such explosions in my life.”
A nurse working in one of the MSF supported hospitals in Yemen, talks about his experience with hearing airstrikes for the first time in Al Dhale, Yemen.
29 Jun 2015 / 2 minute read
"I can smell Syria"
How would you choose to celebrate the end of your nearly 19 month hospital stay, your emigration to start a new life in another country and the departure from other war-wounded friends and comrades
01 Jun 2015 / 4 minute read