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August 31, 2016

Michael Talotti is a Canadian project coordinator from Bowmanville, Ontario, who currently oversees the MSF surgical project for war-wounded patients. He and his colleagues in Ramtha — including 137 national Jordanian staff and 12 international staff members — work in a section of a hospital operated by the Jordan ministry of health, where they provide emergency trauma surgery, as well as physiotherapy and mental health support, for war-wounded Syrians. Their patients include men, women and children who have been unable to escape the violence of the Syrian conflict.

October 15, 2015

Doctors without Borders /Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) this week commemorated the second year anniversary of its Emergency Trauma Surgical Project patients in Al-Ramtha Government Hospital in Ramtha district, northern Jordan, where MSF provides quality medical treatment to Syrian war-wounded.