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Hope and humanitarian medical care in Old Fangak, South Sudan
With the right medications and enough to eat, people with HIV can live long, healthy lives. But what happens when you live in a place where access to these basics is a challenge? Dr Ebenezer Ngwakwe writes...
01 Dec 2020 / 8 minute read
South Sudan: Challenging times in Old Fangak
Mamman's MSF assignment in South Sudan was only meant to last nine months, but a series of unexpected events meant he stayed for almost twice that. He shares the story...
17 Sep 2020 / 7 minute read
An "ordinary" morning with Doctors Without Borders
What's it like to be a doctor in one of our projects? From his 6 am alarm through to fighting HIV and tuberculosis, Dr Tom Niccol shares his hectic schedule during just one morning...
23 Oct 2019 / 9 minute read
South Sudan Emergency Room: 4:22 pm
ER doctor Alexander Nyman is at the start of a new assignment with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF). He blogs from the remote town of Old Fangak, South Sudan...
26 Apr 2018 / 3 minute read
South Sudan: “I left my namesake in Old Fangak”
Judith is a midwife from Kenya. She recently completed her first MSF / Doctors Without Borders assignment in Old Fangak, South Sudan. She shares the story of a patient she will never forget...
23 Jan 2018 / 4 minute read
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