Around one million people live in Kamrangichar, the largest slum in Dakha. Kelly DeVore, a health promoter from the US, is at the beginning of assignment that will see her working with the local people to improve the health of this crowded community.
How can story-telling help communities fight disease? Kate blogs about a new approach within an Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) noma project that’s aiming to change perceptions in Nigeria…
In Jharkhand in India, malnutrition among children and pregnant women is common. Subashini, an MSF health promoter, explains why she's passionate about being part of the team.
Dangerous mis-use of medicine is threatening women's health in Timergara, Pakistan. Caroline explains the new (and suprisingly fun) ways her team are tackling the issue.
Anna is on her first assignment as a nurse for MSF. She is working at a maternity clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, that takes care of women with pregnancy complications. Here she blogs about the end of her assignment, making sad goodbyes, and looking to the future.
Anna is on her first assignment as a nurse for MSF. She is working at a maternity clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, that takes care of women with pregnancy complications.
Beatriz explains how understanding cultural difference is a vital part of MSF's work, and why fun is part of her job...