Just returned from hospital at 9pm and finished my dinner. We had two emergency obstetric cases again this evening.
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After all these sad stories, let me tell you some cheerful ones.
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After two days chaos in the hospital, we could take a break today.
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(Please note: This is going to be a very sad, bloody and horrifying story. I want to record it as it's going to be part of my memory for life. If you are interested in reading, forgive me for the medical terms and be prepared.)
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I'm glad I can work with Philip, the Sri Lankan German Gynecologist. He has so much experience in the humanitarian work. He had joined 17 projects in Africa. I learnt a lot from him in last two days.
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Yesterday was the hottest day I ever had in the last week. It seemed it was a low pressure zone. It was cloudy and dusty. Someone said it was 50'C in the tent in the afternoon. I hoped it would rain.
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Let me tell you some more about our colleagues and the hospital.
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There are only around fifteen cases left for me. I had my ward round and made the management plan for most of my patients in the morning. A lot of them are suffering from gun-shot wounds, traffic accidents, or burns.
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I finally arrived at Aweil with another nutrition nurse from Australia on today. 
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