the staff who wear these T-shirts are not just doing a job, they are working to ensure that no life is worth less than another
and I say to myself that these are the moments, or rather the gifts, that give meaning to everything that each of us does with, and thanks to, EMERGENCY.”
‘Who ever would’ve thought I’d be treated by EMERGENCY in Bergamo?!’ said Elio to me last week. He’s a patient in the intensive care ward at the field hospital that we helped build and run in Bergamo, northern Italy. And…
another horrific attack, this time on the maternity ward of a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) -affiliated hospital
"There was an explosion at the entrance and armed men raided the hospital”, says Marco Puntin. “Violence surrounds you in Afghanistan. This is the reality.”
The current circumstances mean that nurses are under even more pressure than normal. We want to thank them for their work, and send them all our strength and encouragement.
Monika is the Medical Coordinator of our Anabah Maternity Centre, in Afghanistan. She is also a mother, and today she wanted to share this letter with us.
As we have done every single day since 1994, EMERGENCY stands alongside every mother.
This coming Friday, 8 May, CTSNet is streaming a free webinar which will host representatives from the cardiac surgery sector across Africa.
Thank you to them and all midwives around the world for everything you do.