Dr Luiz Dias strokes a 84 year old patient and does some sweet-talk. The indigenous woman is suffering from skin cancer and has a huge melanoma on her nose. I was literally blown away by the passion how this man does his work. Kudos Luiz, many people can take a leaf out of your book! Thanks for the lessons...👌🏻 #momentsthatmatter#majestic_people#healthcare#charity#ngophotographers #ärzteohnegrenzen #dahw ...
STRETCHING OUR LEGS THIS REFUGEE WEEK
Some of you may not be aware, but this week is #RefugeeWeek – A fabulous opportunity to celebrate the positive impact that refugees have had on British society, and also highlight the plight many of them still find themselves in today.
This Refugee Week a team of our fundraising volunteers have travelled out to Jordan from (sometimes) sunny Manchester, to deliver aid to Syrian refugees in the Za’atari camp. A camp in name only, for it is the size of a city, where a population of 80,000 men, women & children are stuck in the limbo that is a refugee’s lot.
The Good Neighbour
Our work with refugees covers a range of areas – from education projects, food distributions, housing support, orphan sponsorships, psychological support and much more. For we are dedicated to ensuring a better life for those who have had to leave their homes in traumatic circumstances to ensure the safety of themselves, and their families ...
During St. John Week, we will be introducing you to some of the faces that make so much of our work possible. Starting us off...say hello to Sam! 👋
Sam joined St. John Ambulance originally as a part-time Transfer Attendant with the Community Transfer Program (CTP). Her work ethic and attention to detail then landed her a full time position supporting both the CTP program as an attendant and the Vancouver Branch as an Equipment Coordinator. When an opportunity came up to fill a temporary back-fill position as Community Transfer Program Coordinator, Sam supported the team and staff with enthusiasm. Since joining her new role, her on the ground experience transferring patients and medical knowledge has helped the team grow the program. Sam is a caring addition, always willing to jump in and take extra transfers to ensure the health and safety of our communities! Outside of her St. John work, Sam has aspirations of a future career in paramedicine and is currently pursing training with the Canadian Armed Forces.
Thank you for all that you do, Sam! #SJAWeek ♥️
for every STORY REPOST we can provide many villagers with homes and food
many will be skeptical about how we provide for so many villagers but we have many investors who have spent many days mining and have many diamonds to invest in us