“Everybody needs this mindset - that I have to protect others from myself because I might be contagious.” Rossella Miccio.
Zarbibi and Maysaa are two brave women. To them, and all the women who fight every day to improve the world, we dedicate this #InternationalWomenDay2020
Scientific contribution is not only a matter of research and numbers, but also sharing expertise among colleagues.
Some of the hugs they give me literally make me quiver.
There’s one thing I’m sure of and that’s the pure, gentle love that exists between a father and son. Just for a moment, it gives you a glimpse of beauty amid the horror of this war.
Meanwhile, a question will stay with us: if you lose your facial features, how do you remain yourself?
“Alhamdulillah,” Samad’s colleagues say in unison. “Thank God” indeed, that they are here and alive.
By doing so, we can positively change girls' lives.
“Outside there’s a war, but I can’t just lock myself in at home because of that. I’ve got a responsibility to live, for me and my children”, something we so often hear from our patients. Welcome to everyday life in Kabul.
The last thing we want is to see her again in the hospital; she belongs amongst other children, living the life that every child like her deserves.