© Baikong MAMID/MSF
"Friday was my flight to Cebu and the plane was completely full, partly with aid workers from various parts of the world.
© Rachel CHEE
Typhoon Haiyan, MSF and Myself I am in the bush, somewhere in South Sudan; Typhoon Haiyan was in Philippines.
© Rachel CHEE
There are lots of PUSHING going on in here.  From the mother in maternity ward, to the logistician in the muddy road. We are here to push for a change, push the boundary to help those in
Photo source: Rachel CHEE
Before - 5 minutes walking distance to Diamond Hill MTR station or Canary Wharf Underground station or 2.5 hrs train journey to Gare du Nord Metro station. - Shopping in Jubilee Place just round the corner
 “I don’t know what I can give to MSF.  But I know what I can give up for MSF.”Trust me. That’s one of the GENIUS statements that I have even made in my life.  Submission of application. Wait.
Last November, I was informed by MSF that I had been matched for its mission in Syria.
© Marie Tan Kiak LI
Dear Everyone, So it's been a month since I arrived in Chad, and three and a half weeks since making it to the airstrip of Tissi Paradise (as it's fondly known to its MSF inhabitants – expatriate and national staff alike, we
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I never thought that my life will be so dynamic.
In Syria, obviously security was also on the top of the list of priorities to be looked after and I have to say I learned the hard way on a couple of things in this area. We had some unfortunate incidents where people came in with weapons. No one was harmed but disturbing to say the least.
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