I spent 11 hours in Doha, waiting for transit to Sanaa, capital city of Yemen. I finally arrived at the guest house at around 8pm. I was first told to have departure at 5am the next morning. I needed to have immediate briefing with the Head of Mission.
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South Sudan- It sounds like a place stricken by a biblical plague- disease after unimaginable disease, all come to rest in one pitiful region of a vast African country.
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Dear friends,
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Early on October 29, an earthquake measuring a 6.4 on the Richter scale struck the district of Ziarat, Pakistan. MSF's closest team was in Quetta, a two hours drive away.  An assessment team was dispatched followed by mobile and fixed clinics in the Ziarat district.
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I wake up before my alarm goes off at 5 am and sleepily go through my morning routine- bathroom, dress up and have breakfast.  We're in the car by 6 am ready to patrol the coastline of South Yemen to provide assistance to Somali and Ethiopian arrivals from Somalia.  I whisper a short prayer to ask
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Today is Good Friday. May I wish you all a happy Easter Holiday.
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