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South Sudan: For a handful of dollars
New staff member Jonathan joins the team in Agok, South Sudan for the first time, and learns a useful lesson…
16 Feb 2021 / 10 minute read
Surgery in Agok: Some patients you remember forever
Some patients you remember forever. Heidi shares this emotional blog from the Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital in Agok, which lies in a special administrative area between Sudan and South Sudan.
18 Aug 2018 / 4 minute read
Mass Casualty Drill
"This Saturday morning was different from previous Saturday mornings."
09 May 2017 / 5 minute read
My First Kiss
Midwife Mara shares a patient story that isn't quite as romantic as it sounds...
01 Jul 2016 / 6 minute read
'These are the days of miracle and wonder'
Amy blogs from Agok
14 Jun 2016 / 9 minute read
Life and death
"These regular reminders of life’s fragility, although startling, provide proper opportunity to reflect on things taken for granted."
04 May 2016 / 7 minute read
Introduction to Agok
I guess the first thing to explain is the name of my blog.
13 Apr 2016 / 2 minute read
A Day in Agok
Before the sun even begins to rise, the day begins in the MSF Agok living compound. Inside my thatched tukul and beneath my canopy of mosquito net, my watch alarm beeps 7 o’clock.
09 Mar 2016 / 6 minute read
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