The Aftermath of War
In January 1998. A small group of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders) carry out their work in Bosnia-Hercegovina. Despite the fact that this was two years after the war had ended the images still depicted a country ripped apart by war.
An MSF mobile team at a make shift doctors surgery in Ostrovo, Croatia. MSF provided curative health care to elderly and vulnerable populations in 12 remote villages in the region until March 1998.The patients were mainly elderly Serbs.
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