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"This is why we are here": The race to save a life in South Sudan
In remote Old Fangak, a woman is in desperate need of medical treatment. But with no surgical facilities and a runway too muddy to land a plane, time is running out...
21 Nov 2019 / 8 minute read
Landing an airplane in Bossangoa
Antoine has recently arrived in the Central African Republic, where his role is to ensure that the project has the vital supplies it needs to function. Recently however, he's been taking on some additional responsibilities...
20 Sep 2018 / 3 minute read
Supply logistics in the Central African Republic: First week of work
In Bossangoa, in the west of the Central African Republic, Antoine has joined the Medecines Sans Frontieres/Doctors without Borders team during the peak season for malaria. He blogs…
17 Sep 2018 / 4 minute read
My First Kiss
Midwife Mara shares a patient story that isn't quite as romantic as it sounds...
01 Jul 2016 / 6 minute read
Our patients from the north of Yemen, especially Al-Qafla & Al-Asha districts, have unique challenges of lack of access and lack of transportation and antenatal care.
20 Feb 2015 / 2 minute read
Taxis, transfers and the Salang pass
A difficult transfer by taxi of a boy with a serious head injury from Kunduz to Kabul where he can get much needed treatment in a specialised neurosurgical department
24 Jun 2013 / 4 minute read
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