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Ashraf Al Bostanji
Ashraf Al Bostanji
Dr. Nasr Al Deen Al Omari
Spezialist für psychische Gesundheit
"I cannot forget how he spoke to me with tears in his eyes"
We are in the midst of action, even though it is happening elsewhere...
19 Jul 2016 / 3 minute read
Last blog from Lebanon
After almost nine months I don’t feel like a ‘first missioner’ any more, even though I am technically. I feel like I have been here and breathing this air for many more months than nine.
21 Apr 2016 / 4 minute read
Working as a doctor in a high income country gives the young, unexperienced residents the illusion that medicine is for free and costs nothing.
14 Mär 2016 / 5 minute read
From Tripoli With Love
"But the patients. My God, my heart, the patients."
29 Dez 2015 / 10 minute read
"Poverty. Complexity. Smiles, fascination, interaction, gratitude, education. "
07 Dez 2015 / 5 minute read
As the ‘old’ expats [international staff] are preparing for their end of mission, I am setting new goals for the extension of my time in Lebanon.
04 Dez 2015 / 5 minute read
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
Language is a jungle
It’s been five months now since I arrived in Lebanon.
05 Nov 2015 / 9 minute read
My first mission: tents, traffic and teenagers in Tripoli
As far as essential life decisions are concerned, I have always been an intuitive person. My heart tells me where to go and what to do, therefore I don’t need rational planning.
04 Nov 2015 / 7 minute read
Grief + the Elderly
"Say it’s true that life’s worth all the dying we do."
30 Okt 2015 / 8 minute read
When are the next bombs going to fall
Within Syria, there are projects completely staffed by Syrians as in a number of areas the chance of international staff going in is very remote.
01 Okt 2015 / 4 minute read
Non-Communicable Disease Challenges for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
In Lebanon, kilometers from the Syrian border, working with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to address the needs of Syrian refugees with chronic, non-communicable disease (NCDs), spectacular complex
14 Sep 2015 / 6 minute read