Reem has been working for MSF / Doctors Without Borders for nine months, in a region of the Congo badly impacted by outbreaks of disease and violence. She writes about the experience of returning to a country that no longer feels quite like “home”.
end of assignment
After an assignment marked by violence, an MSF anaesthetist faces his next challenge: returning home.
At the end of nine months working on a project for refugees in Irbid, Jordan, an MSF doctor blogs about coming home...
Mike is a family doctor (GP) from the UK. He's been working for Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Irbid, Jordan, helping to provide medical care to Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians. In this final blog before he prepares to head back home, he shares his bittersweet thoughts on the changes he has helped make.
Eben looks back on an eventful posting with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders in Pakistan
Theresa is a doctor from the USA who has been working in an MSF / Doctors without Borders clinic in Cambodia. As she comes to the end of her posting, an unexpected conversation sends her to a new country and a very different project...
"I am not going to tell you that every day is great, because it is not."