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The new arrivals
As conflict continues in South Sudan, more people seek shelter in Bentiu, a camp set up for the protection of civilians. Nurse Geraldine Wilcocks is there...
05 Jan 2016 / 5 minute read
Girls run the world
Brigitte is working for Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
21 Dec 2015 / 4 minute read
Melissa blogs about the strength and resilience of the women in Lankien, South Sudan
26 Oct 2015 / 5 minute read
Why don’t they send a man?
“Why don’t they send a man?” That is what a few people back home said to me when I told them I was going on mission to Pakistan.
22 Jun 2014 / 2 minute read
Aimee’s pain was definitely real
Please note: all patient names are changed to protect confidentiality.
16 May 2013 / 6 minute read
Nigeria: Contextually Appropriate
Karen blogs about the 'life and times' of women living in Goronyo, northern Nigeria...
04 Feb 2011 / 2 minute read
Draped with children
Courtney writes from the Intensive Care Unit of the Balbala Slum Malnutrition Project in Djibouti City
06 Jun 2010 / 2 minute read
rebuilding the congo
In my hand is a leg that is less than ten seconds old, technically, even though it has existed for almost nine months, because we define age in extrauterine terms.
14 Apr 2007 / 2 minute read
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