Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Aoife Doran. I am twenty-nine years old and I am a doctor from Ireland. I live in Dublin, my home city, and I enjoy running, hiking and cycling.
Irish volunteers are currently 'on mission' in Democratic Republic Of Congo; Ethiopia; Haiti; India; Lebanon; Pakistan; Uganda; and South Sudan. Working in high-profile emergencies and the si
Cormac is a GP from Co. Galway, and is currently working in MSF’s nutrition project in Bentiu Unity state, South Sudan.
'Dispatches' is a quarterly magazine sent to our supporters in homes around Ireland. This magazine is written by MSF staff wor
Emmett Kearney is a water and sanitation logistician from Chicago, whose family originally hail from Clare, Limerick and Mayo. He obtained his MSc at WEDC-Loughborough University, studying wa
From Co. Dublin, Maeve Lalor works as an Epidemiologist for the Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) Directly observed treatment shortcourse (DOTS ) Plus project in Nukus, Uzbekistan.
During a week of intense
violence that preceded the arrest of former Ivory Coast president Laurent
Gbagbo on April 11, the MSF
team working at the Abobo Sud Hospital in northern Abidjan was isol
Dr. Mark Campbell is an Anaethetist from Co. Tyrone, currently on his first mission with MSF - an assignment split between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
"I'm a 28 year old Dublin guy who was looking for a bit of adventure. I am now working as an MSF supply logistician and am currently on a nine-month mission in N'Djamena, Chad."
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