Last year I had the opportunity to work with two very different global health organizations. In South Sudan, after the referendum but before their actual independence from Sudan, I spent a week with the Duk Lost Boys Clinic in Jonglei State. They see hundreds of patients a day, many walking more than a day to get there. Weeks later I was embedded with the US Air Force in Sumatra, Indonesia, working with Project HOPE and their civilian volunteers. We saw thousands of patients with ailments as minor as rotten teeth or basic skin infections to major tumors and cleft pallets. It was a great opportunity to partner with local health care practitioners, providing important care and practical training at the same time.
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