In February 2014, in San Cristobal - Venezuela (The city where I lived), riots began against the crisis and the Venezuelan government; Lack of medicines, lack of food, lack of basic inputs, unemployment, insecurity. This all led to clashes between civilians and armed forces, which resulted in injuries from this rioter, hospitals taken by the armed forces to arrest the doctors attending the rioter and to the rioter themselves. There was no public transport, there was no gas at the gas stations, the streets were closed, for that reason, and we had to work in the hospitals for shifts of up to 72 hours in a row.
In 2015, I applied in MSF to work as volunteer in their projects abroad, I was accepted and in June of 2015 I flew to South Sudan for 3 months, to work in a project in an UN refugee camp in Malakal (about 350 miles away from Juba, Capital of South Sudan). I perform the role of Medical Activity Manager and I was in charge or various sub-projects of infectious diseases as; Kala-Azar, Malaria, Tuberculosis, HIV, etc.
I am really interested in get involve. I'm looking for experiences in remote rural areas, where people is unable to raise medical attention, that is my commitment as a physician, to help those people who are in need regardless of race, sex, religion or political inclination.
I am a proactive student and worker I am engaged with my educator, co-workers, nurses, patients and supervisors, focus in heal, understand, compassion for the others and make objectives happen to achieve success in any project.