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Campaigner

Nicolette Jackson, former Director of Communications for Médecins Sans Frontières Australia in Sydney, is now the Campaigner for Médecins Sans Frontières’s HIV/AIDS Programme in the Ukraine. Since her arrival in September last...

03/03/2005

Financial controller

Paula Llavallol has been working as a financial controller in Madagascar since May. This is her first mission. Paula had been working in the Sydney office for the previous three years as a Development Officer.

21/07/2003

Nurse

Helen Melville is a nurse from Wagga Wagga, who has recently returned to the city of Herat in Western Afghanistan for a second ‘tour of duty’ working on a tuberculosis program. This is her fourth mission, following previous...

08/03/2004 Afghanistan

Nurse

Debra-Lee Holman is a nurse from Cairns. This is her first mission for Médecins Sans Frontières and now she is living and working in Chaman on the remote Pakistan/Afghanistan border about 200 kilometres south of Kandahar, the...

09/11/2003 Afghanistan, Pakistan

Nurse

Chris Wilson is a nurse and midwife from Cairns, Australia. She has been the field co-ordinator for the Médecins Sans Frontières' Northern Afghanistan project in Faryab Province since June 2003. This is her second mission with...

22/11/2003 Afghanistan

Nurse

Helen Meville is a nurse from Wagga Wagga. She has been working with Médecins Sans Frontières on a TB program in Afghanistan since January 2003. This is her third mission with the agency, following previous postings in Uzbekistan...

13/10/2003 Afghanistan

Nurse

Helen Meville is a nurse from Wagga Wagga. She has been working with Médecins Sans Frontières on a TB program in Afghanistan since January 2003. This is her third mission with the agency, following previous postings in Uzbekistan...

30/06/2003 Afghanistan

Logistician

Chris Daley is working in Yakawlang, northern Afghanistan as a Médecins Sans Frontières logistician. His position involves overseeing the general running of the project, supervising local staff, performing general maintenance and...

03/06/2003 Afghanistan

‘Health Needs Will Only Increase’: Médecins Sans Frontières in Afghanistan

One year after Médecins Sans Frontières started working again in Afghanistan, Country Representative Michiel Hofman highlights some of the choices, challenges, and sheds light on the way forward for Médecins Sans Frontières in...

02/12/2010 Afghanistan

Letter from North Afghanistan: "This is life and death under a magnifying glass"

Australian nurse Brett Adamson has just returned from six months in Kunduz, Afghanistan, where Médecins Sans Frontières runs a hospital providing emergency surgery to people with life-threatening injuries.

14/11/2012 Afghanistan
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