From mission impossible to mission possible in 12 month

9 Oct 2018
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Working for MSF is very rewarding. I was a small part in helping support the health and wellbeing of hundreds of thousands of people. There were many challenges. I had to do a lot of thinking on my feet and problem solving. I enjoyed working with a lot of like-minded staff from all over the world and loved getting to know the friendly locals and the community. I learned a lot of new skills and have memories for a lifetime.

"Working on the set of Mission Impossible - Fallout and working in a refugee camp in Uganda isn’t as different as you might imagine"

Grant Kitto

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