Thousands of people are trapped in "inhumane" Libyan detention centres as violence rages around them. Sandra, a nurse, shares one day with the Doctors Without Borders team offering not only medicine, but also moments of dignity, care, and hope...
Alexandra Schuster works as a “flying mechanic” in South Sudan, travelling across the country to provide the urgent technical support that can keep a remote medical project running. In this blog, she shares her thoughts on her first ever mission with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
Riding, traveling, cycling: sporty Austrian pharmacist Irene Breitschopf has many hobbies. So it’s no surprise that she always brings a yoga mat with her wherever she goes. In her first blog post, written during her first assignment with MSF in Central African Republic (CAR), she overcomes culture shock and steps into her role as pharmacy manager.
Austrian laboratory technician Karin Walter is currently in Tanzania on her first assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). MSF first worked in Tanzania in 1993. We returned in 2015 to provide assistance for refugees living in overcrowded camps, with poor sanitation and little access to healthcare.