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Democratic Republic of the Congo
...in the time of cholera
Today I went to see some of the cholera camps that MSF has set up around Goma.
20 Nov 2007 / 3 minute read
The journey back to Goma takes longer than it should. It has rained every day since I arrived in Masisi and the roads have got even worse than they were on the drive up here.
16 Nov 2007 / 1 minute read
Today I go with one of the nurses, Raphael, and his team to Bugari where MSF provides food for malnourished children twice a week.
15 Nov 2007 / 2 minute read
Not for the faint-hearted
A day spent at Masisi hospital is not for the faint-hearted. You will see pretty much everything you could imagine. A baby born two months premature that is no bigger than your hand.
14 Nov 2007 / 2 minute read
Hungry in the land of abundance
The violence here has added to the malnutrition. It's hard to believe that anyone could be hungry in North Kivu.
13 Nov 2007 / 2 minute read
Signs are everywhere
At the end of August, MSF started supporting a hospital in Masisi district and today I'm supposed to be traveling up there to visit it.
12 Nov 2007 / 2 minute read