Monday, May 30, 2016
Morning at the MSF hospital compound in Bentiu, South Sudan. The two doctors, Jiske Steemsna (left) and Navpreet Sahsi, sit in front of the tents that serve as living quarters for the international workers during their three-to-six-month stints. David Gilkey/NPR
NPR spent five days and five nights inside the only hospital in a war-torn corner of South Sudan. For the aid workers, life comes down to lentils, rare TV breaks — and sticking by your patients, no matter the odds. A glimpse inside the camp.
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