As a humanitarian aid worker, I have always had conflicting wishes. On the one hand, I hope to save more lives, but on the other hand I pray the world no longer need aid workers, there are no more wars or natural disasters.
Awien is a twelve-year-old girl. About a year ago, she started to feel pain in her right loin. Her family took her to many doctors, and all of them said Awien was suffering from urinary tract infection and put her under endless cycles of antibiotics treatments.
Who is controlling the life? Is it a series of coincidence or already planned by an almighty God? One typical afternoon in the emergency room, while I was treating a naughty boy and removing the pebble he placed in his ear, a few peop
While people would imagine the poor living condition in Africa, experiencing it in South Sudan Gogrial is a very unique experience to me. Most of the Sudaneses in the south live in mud huts, locally known as Tukul.
South Sudan, the name of a country rarely heard in Hong Kong. This is where I work for MSF this time. Unlike my three previous missions in the South Asia, this is the first time I work for MSF in an African project. South S