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“She’s looking at me… she’s alive”: The extremely premature baby who fought all expectations
The odds are stacked high against a tiny baby born at just 26 weeks in a remote maternity unit. From South Sudan, MSF midwife Priscilla shares this incredible story.
15 Sep 2021 / 4 minute read
A paediatrician in Guinea-Bissau: Treating Baby Aua
Mårten is a paediatrician from Sweden, currently working for MSF in Guinea-Bissau. He blogs about how the team rallied around a tiny baby who was born too early...
29 Aug 2017 / 3 minute read
The ordinariness and the importance in the everyday
It's the rainy season in South Sudan. Amy blogs . . .
05 Sep 2016 / 9 minute read
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