One hospital for 1.2 million people — life in Ethiopia

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Abstract

Miriam Etter grew up in Malawi where hospitals — as in many other African countries — have limited resources. Having seen the devastating impact of neonatal morbidity and mortality in Africa, she was determined to do something about it. She trained at St Georges' Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in London before starting her Voluntary Service Overseas in a neonatal nurse placement in Ethiopia. This is her story…

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