Former MSF Deputy Discusses Challenges Of Providing Health Care Services In Conflict Zones
Devex: Q&A: Former MSF South Sudan deputy on providing health services in conflict
“…Médecins Sans Frontières have become veterans of navigating the relentless cycles of violence that uproot civilians. As people run, MSF runs after them trying to provide medical care, said former country deputy director, Julie Reserve. With more than 10 years experience in war zones, the safety risks in South Sudan were nothing new to Reserve. … Reserve plans to assume a new role on the MSF Yemen team in the coming days…” (Roby, 7/18).
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