central african republic
Perilous Medicine: The Quest to Restore Protections for Health Workers
September 13, 2021
When Serbian forces bombed Sarajevo, Bosnia on May, 26, 1992, the pediatric hospital came under direct attack. Nurses scrambled to save 17 premature babies—carrying 2 or 3 apiece to the basement while bullets and shells rained down.
Surgery: Data Can Make a Difference
February 19, 2016
2 billion people around the world lack access to basic surgery, but not enough is known about operative care in low-resource settings—especially in Africa, which has perhaps the greatest unmet need.