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Title:Six Months in Sudan: A Young Doctor in a War-torn Village
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Doubleday Canada
ISBN:0385665954
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Number of Pages:352
Category:Memoir, Non fiction, Medical, Sudan, Medicine

Six Months in Sudan: A Young Doctor in a War-torn Village by James Maskalyk

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Six Months in Sudan: A Young Doctor in a War-torn Village People are hungry to be brought closer to the world even its hard parts I went to Sudan and am writing about it again because I believe that which separates action from inaction is the same thing that separates my friends from Sudan It is not indifference It is distance May it fall away .

In James Maskalyk set out for the contested border town of Abyei Sudan as a doctor newly recruited by M decins Sans Fronti res Doctors Without Borders Equipped with his experience as an emergency physician in a downtown hospital and drawn to the hardest parts of the world Maskalyk spent his days treating malnourished children coping with a measles epidemic and watching for war Worn thin by the struggle to meet overwhelming needs with few resources he returned home six months later more affected by the experience the people and the place than he had anticipated .

i Six Months in Sudan i began as a blog that Maskalyk wrote from his hut in Sudan in an attempt to bring his family and friends closer to his hot hot days It is the story of the doctors nurses and countless volunteers who leave their homes behind to ease the suffering of others and it is the story of the people of Abyei who suffer its hardship because it is the only home they have With great hope and insight Maskalyk illuminates a distant place and chronicles the toll of war on one community one man and the cost of it to all of us

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People are hungry to be brought closer to the world even its hard parts I went to Sudan and am writing about it again because I believe that which separates action from inaction is the same thing that separates my friends from Sudan It is not indifference It is distance May it fall away br br In James Maskalyk set out for the contested border town of Abyei Sudan as a doctor newly recruited by M decins Sans Fronti res Doctors Without Borders Equipped with his experience as an emergency physician in a downtown hospital and drawn to the hardest parts of the world Maskalyk spent his days treating malnourished children coping with a measles epidemic and watching for war Worn thin by the struggle to meet overwhelming needs with few resources he returned home six months later more affected by the experience the people and the place than he had anticipated br br i Six Months in Sudan i began as a blog that Maskalyk wrote from his hut in Sudan in an attempt to bring his family and friends closer to his hot hot days It is the story of the doctors nurses and countless volunteers who leave their homes behind to ease the suffering of others and it is the story of the people of Abyei who suffer its hardship because it is the only home they have With great hope and insight Maskalyk illuminates a distant place and chronicles the toll of war on one community one man and the cost of it to all of us, b A celebrated humanitarian doctor s unique perspective on sickness health and what it is to be alive b In this deeply personal book humanitarian doctor and activist James Maskalyk author of the highly acclaimed i Six Months in Sudan i draws upon his experience treating patients in the world s emergency rooms From Toronto to Addis Ababa Cambodia to Bolivia he discovers that although the cultures resources and medical challenges of each hospital may differ they are linked indelibly by the ground floor the location of their emergency rooms Here on the ground floor is where Dr Maskalyk witnesses the story of human aliveness our mourning and laughter tragedies and hopes the frailty of being and the resilience of the human spirit And it s here too that he is swept into the story confronting his fears and doubts and questioning what it is to be a doctor br Masterfully written and artfully structured i Life on the Ground Floor i is more than just an emergency doctor s memoir or travelogue it s a meditation on health sickness and the wonder of human life