Doctors without Borders and GazaWith a new surgical program in Gaza, MSF and local health authorities are trying to reduce the time patients spend waiting for the surgeries they need.
In more then 70 countries, MSF workers provide life saving assistance to population in need, with no discrimination of race, religion, nationality or political affiliation. Right now, there are approximately 2,500 expatriate workers in the field with MSF, alongside 20,000 national staff. MSF projects are often carried out in difficult, complex and sometimes volatile context, so work can be tough and demanding. But according to our field workers, it is a rewarding experience.
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