Saving lives on the Burmese border


In the third of a series of articles from the Thai-Burma border, the BBC’s Kate McGeown looks at the medical teams who do their best to help Burmese civilians in the region – sometimes risking their lives in the process.”

This article by BBC News discusses Back Pack Health Worker Team’s commitment to saving lives, and our beginnings with Dr. Cynthia Maung at the Mae Tao Clinic.

Read the original article here.

Pictured above: “Maw Keh leads a team making prosthetics for landmine victims living in the border region. Many of the workers also have artificial legs, and know what a difference it makes.” BBC News

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