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"Every day we see mothers’ efforts in coming to Tari hospital to get medical care for their children. They may walk for two hours, without shoes, carrying their children in their bilums (traditional string bag) to reach the hospital. We see women at the Family Support Center who have suffered domestic violence for many years, but whose primary concern is not themselves, but their children."
Mothers Day is a day to appreciate the women we get to help in our line of work. Thank you to all the mothers around the world. Minja writes about mothers in Papua New Guinea where she is working as a mental health officer with MSF. (via doctorswithoutborders)