"I have now been working at the Kutupalong clinic for six weeks, nearly halfway through my field assignment. The clinic is the largest MSF facility in the area providing emergency, outpatient, maternity, mental health and inpatient care for the Rohingya and local population. When you are by yourself in the clinic, you spend your day here, there and everywhere. You are called to review patients in all departments, make decisions and support the Bangladeshi staff. These are some of the patients I saw today..."
"Lulwa Al Kilansi is an MSF project manager in the Al Kashafa refugee camp hospital, in White Nile State, Sudan. Lulwa has been working in Al Kashafa for the last six months. In this personal post, Lulwa blogs about life for the people in the camp..."
Mike, a doctor from the UK, has recently arrived in Irbid, Jordan, where MSF is providing vital healthcare to Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians. In today's blog, he reflects on an interesting...
Obstetrician / Gynaecologist
"I had an opportunity to join one of the surgeons, and the mood in the operating theatre was electrifying. I think this comes from seeing the patients walk through the double doors into theatre with these huge smiles on their face. They know this is going to be a special day for them, and the next big step on their recovery journey..."