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FoMSF/CUGH film night: "Living in Emergency"

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Friends of MSF and the Cambridge Global Health Society are hosting a charity film screening of the “Living in Emergency” the acclaimed MSF documentary about their work in Liberia and the DRC , and the lives of their staff based there (See below for more info).

The event is on Wednesday the 19th of January at 7:30pm in the McCrum Lecture theatre (located behind the Eagle pub, go through the archway and through a black gate, there will be signs on the night).

We will be charging £3 admission to the event, and all of the money raised will go straight to MSF to help them continue their amazing work.

We would love it if you could come along to what is sure to be a fascinating evening.

Neither a call for sympathy nor a tale of heroism, this film interweaves the stories of four MSF doctors as they struggle to provide emergency medical care under extreme conditions in post-conflict Liberia and war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, demonstrating the reality of aid work – blood and sweat, tough decisions and difficult consequences, disco-dancing and tears. For more information on the film please go to

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Global Health Society series.

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