Rwanda – A Case for Palliative Care

A Blog Post by Asma Akbar From the moment I completed my Masters in Humanitarianism and Conflict Response, I have always wanted to have the opportunity to do some field work to better understand and put my learning into practice and context. I was given that opportunity by Doctors Worldwide UK to visit Rwanda in […]

Emergency Response Kit Training Programme

On the 4th May, Doctors Worldwide UK launched its Emergency Response Kit training providing life-saving first aid skills to local Rohingya community leaders [majis] in anticipation of the cyclone and floods.  Working with local majis is essential in ensuring the training reaches as many people as possible, particularly as the first responders are usually the […]