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A joyful experience: Celebrating International Women's Day in DRC
Music, food and the opening of a life-saving new maternity building. US midwife Claire has a party to plan...
15 Apr 2019 / 8 minute read
Working in Jordan: Christmas time
Being away from friends and family is difficult at any time, but special occassions can make us feel particularly far from home. Mike, a doctor from the UK, is in Jordan, where MSF / Doctors Wi
27 Dec 2017 / 7 minute read
Refugees in Jordan: Every week is different
Mike is in Irbid, Jordan, where MSF / Doctors Without Borders is providing vital health care to people who have fled the war in Syria, and to vulnerable Jordanians.
24 Dec 2017 / 7 minute read
World Hepatitis Day
Last October, MSF opened a clinic in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, offering treatment to people with hepatitis C. Over 4,000 diagnoses later, World Hepatitis Day gives the team a chance to reflects on what they've achieved...
26 Jul 2017 / 3 minute read
South Sudan: Staff party!
Tessa blogs about enjoying a well-earned staff party with her team in South Sudan.
31 May 2017 / 2 minute read
Sierra Leone: Easter Egg Hunt
It's Easter and nurse Chris is determined to introduce his colleagues in Sierra Leone to a favourite seasonal tradition...
26 Apr 2017 / 5 minute read
The end of a long journey
Today was the end of the long journey I have been through since 2010... it was worth it after all. It seems impossible until it’s done. It never occurred to me that I would ever be free.
29 Aug 2013 / 2 minute read
Well the 5th of September was my birthday. I turned 22, who would have thought that I would make it this far? To be quite honest I didn't think I would come this far.
13 Sep 2012 / 2 minute read
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