I've finished the briefing in MSF France office and will depart for Abuja, Nigeria this morning. I'll stay in Abuja tonight, then fly to Port Harcourt on Wednesday.
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Ignorance and poor education sometimes bring tragedy. Like the mother in prolong labour for more than 2 days that gave to a stillbirth, girl with deformed left elbow that the witch doctor offered cure that turn out she need to loss her hand and forearm.
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We have an easy morning on Friday in our operating theatre but when we set off for lunch, there’s a pregnant lady bleeding severely while she’s in labour.
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Today there’s a 14 year old girl coming in our hospital with a gangrenous left hand and forearm. Actually she fell and got her bone broken above her left elbow 2 months ago. Her family sought treatment from local curer and ended up with a gangrenous fingers.
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When you are working 24/7, one always tries to get a bit of rest on Saturday afternoon and Sunday but things are not always happening in your way.
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Going to south Sudan is never easy, it’s even worse when you only get 2 days’ notice. I needed to stay in Nairobi, Kenya waiting for a special travel permit for South Sudan for 4 days before departing to Juba, where I stayed 2 more nights. My final flight to Aweil, our
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Time flies, it is near the end of mission without much notice.
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Today we admitted a 11 years girl, she had an accident with her right foot being jammed on a stone then fell on to ground, that caused a twist-fall injury and her leg bone was broken & probed out of her skin.
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Leorne RAYMOND, victim of the January earthquake. She has broken her left thigh bone, left leg bones and a broken right ankle. She was put on tibial traction for the treatment of her femoral fracture, an external fixator for her leg fracture. Her femoral fracture finally healed and united.
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