"That's what I've learnt about bullets, shrapnel and landmines. And it's something you won't find in the books."
Ramadan was a patient at our Surgical Centre for War Victims in Libya, but now he works with us. This is his story.
'I would like to take a moment to thank all those who made it possible through their support to expand this hospital, and to allow us to better cure those who really need it.'
Meet Abdulla Hossain: a child casualty of the conflict in Libya.
Mousa and Mohamed are just two of the many war victims that we treat every single day in our hospitals. They too are the civilian victims of a borderless war.
In our hospitals, the concept of "care" goes beyond the medical act.
We are now back in Libya, providing medical and surgical treatment to the victims of war.
Now the countdown begins: Sierra Leone needs 42 consecutive days with no new cases to be declared free from #Ebola.
"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."