Hard winter in #Sudan brings an increase of patients at EMERGENCY's Paediatric Centre.
After two weeks of treatment, Lionel and Christian finally recover.
“To treat an Ebola patient and to live in a community affected by Ebola is, of course, a risk.”
Luca Rolla: We take care of children in a country where it is forbidden to hug each other.
EMERGENCY's three hospitals in Afghanistan have admitted more than 14,000 injured by bullet, more than 7000 injured by explosion and more than 4000 injured by landmines
With quality and professionalism, Ebola can and will be defeated.
"We must face Ebola in a rational way, being aware of all the risks, but, crucially, being convinced of the importance of the work we do."
Damage to the EMERGENCY hospital where 20 casualties were taken after the attack: 6 were declared dead on arrival.
"We can’t let anything stop us: the work we do here is too important for my people, for my country.”
Yye Kargbo is 74 years old and she has an extraordinary strenght: she survived Ebola.