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The recent civil war in South Sudan has been heating up and our surgical team at Bor has received a request for assistance from another MSF project located at Old Fangak. 
 
As a humanitarian aid worker, I have always had conflicting wishes. On the one hand, I hope to save more lives, but on the other hand I pray the world no longer need aid workers, there are no more wars or natural disasters.
Before I joined MSF-HK last September, I worked as a news sub-editor in a local television station for a few years.
“That evening we had around 30 casualties, both wounded and dead.
In our project hospital, the growing need for neonatal and maternal care was clear, as these are the vulnerable groups affected by Yemen’s ongoing war.
A Diary from Yemen
Hey, it’s your birthday today!
Dr. Federica Zamatto MSF medical coordinator for migration projects
 
Body bags sadly aligned on the deck of the Bourbon Argos.
I am happy to return to Bossangoa of Central African Republic, which I came 2 years ago when the huge humanitarian crisis started.
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