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Obstetrician / Gynaecologist
Insha’allah: How I find hope on a maternity ward in Yemen
Obstetrician Sabrina shares the heartbreak and hope experienced by mothers and staff on a maternity ward in the city of Taiz, Yemen
07 Jun 2021 / 7 minute read
David Maene Batechi
The road to remembering Joel
On the way to meet the family of a team member, sadly lost, logistics coordinator David reflects...
17 Jul 2020 / 7 minute read
South Sudan: "With COVID-19, it's a case of 'when' not 'if'"
In her previous post, MSF doctor Ayla shared the story of a late-night emergency call to treat a young patient who sadly could not be saved. In this latest piece, she looks back at that night…
19 Jun 2020 / 3 minute read
South Sudan: “Please start CPR, I'm on my way"
When MSF doctor Ayla Emmink answers a late-night emergency call to treat a critically ill young girl, she must prepare herself for all scenarios - including heartbreak
16 Jun 2020 / 5 minute read
My 365 days with MSF in Zimbabwe
When Dr Elizabeth Irungu agreed to spend a year in rural Zimbabwe, she had no idea that she would find herself as part of the medical response to a natural disaster, or making life-long friends. She looks back on a year with MSF…
08 Jul 2019 / 8 minute read
Fighting Ebola, ending stigma
Jackson shares the stigma that he's faced as a health worker treating patients for Ebola, a dangerous and highly contagious virus
21 Jan 2015 / 3 minute read
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