Sliding Down The Razor's Edge

Random Words, Angst, and Rage

“We slowly see some more children that are malnourished. They get diarrhea because of the bad living conditions here…We are also slowly starting to see and to deal with situations of sexual violence. And domestic violence because so many people are living close together…There is more uncertainty and more aggression now.”

—   

Marleen Steerker, a doctor at MSF’s mobile clinic in Haiti, in the Haiti - Six Months After the Earthquake podcast.

Listen to the podcast.

(via doctorswithoutborders)

  • 14 July 2010
  • 7