Following a roundtable discussion, a Joint Declaration was signed, laying out the commitments that will guide the next steps for the African Network of Medical Excellence.
Our first year in numbers.
Today, we celebrate all the incredible nurses around the world.
"They often show us photos of their children, their home, their pets... thus starting the process of reconstructing the temporal continuity interrupted by the war, tying together that 'before' and 'after'.”
To all the midwives who have worked here, and the team at the hospital today, thank you.
A. thanks us because she has found a "safe place" where she can cry and vent her anguish without fear of falling apart.
Shekiba tells us the blunt reality of conditions in Afghanistan.
This is yet another demonstration that, although attention to the situation in Afghanistan has waned, the country is not at peace.
They want to return to Mykolaïv to hug their son and grandson.
As this crisis evolves, we are working with the Moldovan authorities to further strengthen our presence and services.