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Innovation: Building a new kind of hospital under the sun in South Sudan
23 Jun 2017 / 13 minute read
The Bricks are Going UP!
With the support of my very proficient project teams, we have started construction in a number of projects since late May. Hooray! Let’s start from Kabul,
11 Sep 2014 / 5 minute read
In very extreme emergency situations, we may be able to set up wards using tents and simple resources within a day, but of course this does not mean that is what we do every single day being in the
08 Sep 2014 / 4 minute read
Construction in Afghanistan
It has been a month since I have arrived Afghanistan, work has been challenging, life has been “interesting.” I guess this is one of the rare MSF missions where we have an entire Technical Unit bas
10 Jun 2014 / 2 minute read
Last blog post from a Muzungu* in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Crossing the swamp: How we get healthcare to the people in remote South Sudan
Iraq: "He is too young to be so hungry, too young to understand the decisions his family had to make to survive"
"Imagine a safe place": Working as a psychologist with refugee children
DRC: The smile that keeps me working
Yemen: Giving hope to people caught in the crossfire
ER mode: My last patient in Nigeria
Feeding little Bilal: treating malnutrition in Pakistan
Innovation: Civil war, communities and HIV
A neonatal experience in Gambela, Ethiopia
When people flee to seek refuge
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