Sudan sex

26-Aug-2019 12:32

I was heartbroken and yet when I looked at the baby’s mother, the calmness in her eyes startled me.She did not cry nor did she shed a tear,” Chan said of her experience in Bor, the capital of Jongel state in South Sudan, where she had her first MSF mission last October.Each year, over 2,000 MSF field workers provide medical aid to people in about 65 countries, mostly those with poor living conditions and an unstable political environment.“The feeling of watching them suffer or having to let them go breaks my heart, every single time.The highly contagious disease is yet another challenge facing the East African nation that already has been devastated by more than three years of civil war and a recently declared famine, as well as a cholera outbreak.The deaths occurred in the town of Kapoeta in south-east South Sudan.The United Nations said the children died of “severe sepsis” and “toxicity” from the contaminated vaccine.

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The latest UN statement said the risk of measles in the country remains “extremely high”.

It was not immediately clear whether any UN officials were present at the time of the botched vaccinations.

The joint statement by WHO and Unicef said the vaccination team involved in the deaths was “neither qualified nor trained”. The civil war has killed tens of thousands and sent more than 1.8 million people fleeing the country, creating the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis.

“I grew up in this well-developed city and was always protected,” she said.

“The plight of people in South Sudan is often under-reported.

The latest UN statement said the risk of measles in the country remains “extremely high”.It was not immediately clear whether any UN officials were present at the time of the botched vaccinations.The joint statement by WHO and Unicef said the vaccination team involved in the deaths was “neither qualified nor trained”. The civil war has killed tens of thousands and sent more than 1.8 million people fleeing the country, creating the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis.“I grew up in this well-developed city and was always protected,” she said.“The plight of people in South Sudan is often under-reported.The government said it is setting up a commission to determine who is responsible and whether victims’ families will be compensated.