Best Books of the Month Shop Men's Shoes Learn more nav_sap_SWP_6M_fly_beacon $5 Albums All-New Amazon Fire TV Grocery Amazon Gift Card Offer jrscwrld jrscwrld jrscwrld  Amazon Echo Starting at $49.99 Kindle Voyage Nintendo Digital Games Fall Arrivals in Amazon Outdoor Clothing STEM Toys & Games
Profile for Debbie Budny > Reviews


Debbie Budny's Profile

Customer Reviews: 1
Top Reviewer Ranking: 31,186,601
Helpful Votes: 1

Community Features
Review Discussion Boards
Top Reviewers

Guidelines: Learn more about the ins and outs of Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
Debbie Budny "joshua" RSS Feed (Orlando, Florida USA)

Page: 1
Hope in Hell: Inside the World of Doctors Without Borders
Hope in Hell: Inside the World of Doctors Without Borders
by Dan Bortolotti
Edition: Hardcover
70 used & new from $0.01

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't put this book down, September 5, 2007
This is an AMAZING book. It takes alot for a book to really captivate me, and Hope in Hell did so about a page into it. I recomend this book to everyone, whether your an avid reader into good stories, or wether your like myself and considering a career with the MSF.

The book makes sure to cover all jobs that you could fill with the organization, with the execption of working for one of their western offices. It covers job descroptions for water sanitation workers, Logistians (excuse my spelling), Nurses, Doctors, and Surgeons. I feel it is great for people considering work with the MSF because it gives you the full story through acounts from actual volunteers, not only does it tell you the nature of the feild work, but also the effect it has on people pschologically when they return home, and how they react once back in their "homes" (and how they realize their only home is with the MSF).

The book also spends time discussing the structural aspect of the organization as well as politics and Drug research.

I bought the book and couldn't put it down, a great read.

Page: 1