In Darfur, the day started early, with everyone getting up around 07:00. People were supposed to finish work at 16:00, but most of the expats worked in the office until the night began to set in. By the time we got back to the compound, it was already 19:00.
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31st August. My first day in Darfur. I was woken at 05:00 by the Islamic prayers coming from a mosque far away. This would become my daily wake-up call.
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On 30th Aug, I revisited KRT International Airport for my flight to El Geneina.
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Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has been working in Darfur since December 2003,with 180 international and 3,000 Sudanese staff operating in 32 locations across the region. They run the operating theatres, train staff, provide surgical care, and manage the emergency departments in hospitals.
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Hi! How's everybody doing in Hong Kong?
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Stigmatization is more fearful than AIDS
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