Jonathan Whittall has been working in MSF’s newly opened field trauma hospital in a village to the south of Mosul for three weeks.
Before I joined MSF-HK last September, I worked as a news sub-editor in a local television station for a few years. Sitting in front of my computer, every day I had to follow and write about the latest development of international events faraway from Hong Kong.
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I recently had the difficult task of telling Ian Read, Pfizer’s CEO, that Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is rejecting the company’s offer to donate a significant number of pneumonia vaccine (PCV) doses for the children we serve.
Ahmad Al Rousan was on MSF’s search and rescue ship Bourbon Argos last week when news came in about three devastating shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.
Iris Leung works as a press officer for MSF in Hong-Kong.
Wow. That was my impression of the Family Support Centre (FSC) run by MSF in Lae. After a 45-minute drive from the airport, I was met by a colleague, the cheerful Brazilian expat who supervises the Centre’s psycho-social counseling services, and taken on a tour around the facility.
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I have just arrived back in Port Moresby from Tari. It has certainly been an eye-opening couple of days.
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After a 7-hour flight, I landed in Port Moresby yesterday. I was picked up by a driver and taken to the MSF office where I received a briefing from MSF Head of Mission in Papua New Guinea (PNG); and also got to meet with the rest of the mission coordination team.
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It’s the second day back to work after the New Year break and 2012 is definitely off to a busy start! Amidst the hustle and bustle of day-to-day tasks is the excitement I am feeling and the preparations I am making for my upcoming field visit to the MSF projects in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
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