Be the voice for the voiceless.

 

As humans, we all want to have meaning in our life. What is it like to have no home, no peace, no security, no hopes, and no country? For many refugees, this is all they know. If we do not care, we become irrelevant.

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Into Africa, Out of Academia

A Doctor's Memoir

In 2006, Kwan Kew Lai left her full-time position as a professor in the United States to provide medical humanitarian aid to the remote villages and the war-torn areas of Africa. This memoir follows her experiences from 2006 to 2013 as she provided care during the HIV/AIDs epidemics, after natural disasters, and as a relief doctor in refugee camps in Kenya, Libya, Uganda and in South Sudan, where civil war virtually wiped out all existing healthcare facilities.

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