Watchers at the gate to the inpatient ward of the small bush hospital found in Doropo, Cote d'Ivoire.  Only those with a valid reason are allowed in the hospital during the two weeks that the volunteers from the American NGO, the Hanna Project, perform much-needed surgeries.  Cases are saved up throughout the year and are told to return in February when the American doctors come to town.

This small bush hospital is in the rebel-occupied northeastern corner of Cote d'Ivoire. (image by Tamara Gentuso)
Watchers at the gate to the inpatient ward of the small bush hospital found in Doropo, Cote d'Ivoire. Only those with a valid reason are allowed in the hospital during the two weeks that the volunteers from the American NGO, the Hanna Project, perform much-needed surgeries. Cases are saved up throughout the year and are told to return in February when the American doctors come to town. This small bush hospital is in the rebel-occupied northeastern corner of Cote d'Ivoire.
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