September 26, 2014

Our twice annual newsletter brings stories from Canadians who work with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) or support us here at home, providing a glimpse into the people who make our lifesaving work possible.

In this issue:

  • How meetings, music and stories help one Canadian expat and his team deliver better health for women in rural Chad.
  •  An MSF Canada fundraiser sees donor money at work in Central African Republic
  • A Canadian doctor recounts a harrowing story of delivering a baby while trying to evacuate from a hospital under threat of attack in South Sudan
  • Legacy donor Joe Davidson goes from contributing funds to MSF to volunteering as the organization's flight coordinator in Central Africa.


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