Porters carry a patient from the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.
Surgeon Manuel Lopez greets Kay Lieny, a patient that recently underwent an amputation after being shot while herding his cattle.
Nyaduel Gony rests after surgery. She lost her unborn baby after suffering a gunshot wound to the abdomen during an attack on her village.
Jessica Hazelwood, right, and her team attend to 5-month-old Nyanene at the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital. Life-saving medical equipment is often not available or reliable.
Nyamuoch weeps as she witnesses her daughter’s struggle to hang on. She later passed away due to respiratory failure.
Nyamuoch, centre, and her relatives carry Nyanene’s body back to their village.
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