Finally arrived the project location–Doro Refugee Camp, South Sudan. It was a long journey, which took 3 days, including 5 transits (in Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Addis Ababa and Juba) and 4 briefings. I was really surprised by the amount of resources and manpower required just to send an expatriate to the field, and it makes me wonder how complicated and difficult it is for MSF to launch a project. 


Comments (3)

  • anon

    Eric Good luck with your mission .. And have done myself a few just remember : - trust everyone and no one - take care of yourself first otherwise you cannot take care of yourself Sounds weird but you need to protect yourself to make the mission a succes Good luck Hans

    Jun 13, 2013
  • anon

    Looks like a mind-altering trip. Keep trying to help the people of South Sudan and build bridges. Stay safe.

    Jun 14, 2013
  • anon

    Doctors Without Borders gets a bit of money directly from my chkiceng account every month, as does Partners in Health. Both are excellent organizations and ones that I am happy to support.

    Apr 06, 2015

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