I am a nurse and excited to share my experience working with Doctors Without Borders in my home country. From 1996 till 1997 I worked as a nurse in North Kivu at Sake Nutritional Health Center. I was also performing immunizations in Masisi with the MSF vaccination team. In 1997 there was a cholera outbreak and I was among the MSF staff that intervened to stop the spread of the deadly disease.I also worked with Medecins Sans Frontieres Belgium during the volcanic eruption in Goma City in 2001 where I was supervising two health centers in Gisenyi, Rwanda.
Finally I volunteered last year as a guide in the Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City in Kitchener Waterloo. My next experience with MSF Canada is going to be in Moncton on September 21 and Quebec City in September 27 up to October 3, 20011.