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Gunshot wounds and water supply: Gaza Diary
Zdeněk Müller is a construction engineer working for MSF as a logistician. His seventh assignment with MSF took him to the Gaza Strip. He shares his diary with us…
07 Oct 2019 / 5 minute read
Gaza’s numbing routine of injury and death
Communications manager Jacob reflects on what it means when protests that leave "only" four people killed and 64 injured can be considered a "good" day in Gaza
05 Apr 2019 / 6 minute read
Gaza: Helping Sunny Boy walk again
Jennifer Tong, an Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) surgeon from Hong Kong, shares the story of Sunny Boy – a young Palestinian she helped recover from a gunshot wound.
17 Jan 2019 / 4 minute read
Life in Gaza: "Is your future decided by where you are born?"
Does your birthplace determine your future? This is a question Kate, a biomedical scientist from the UK, asked herself while on a recent assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in the Gaza Strip.
17 Jul 2018 / 5 minute read
A few thoughts as I depart Gaza
"Despite the numerous conversations I have had regarding the political situation, I leave not understanding how the limitations placed on Gaza are tolerated."
08 Oct 2014 / 3 minute read
"My friends and family always ask about safety and security in my assignments."
02 Oct 2014 / 2 minute read
A Step Forward for Mental Health Services
"The mental and physical impact of these events is real."
30 Sep 2014 / 2 minute read
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