Registered Nurse, Sister Terry Shields injects fluid into a child's ear while Rusty Dixon assits at the AmeriCares clinic in Buranga Rwanda, Oct., 1994. Shields of Bryn Mawr, Penn., and Dixon of Seattle, Wash.,  volunteered at the clinic set up by the New Canaan, Conn.  humanitarian organization halfway between the refugee camps in Goma, Zaire (now Congo) and the Rwandan capitol, Kigali. The child suffered from dizziness from excessive material in the ear. The organization operated the clinic  from Aug., to Dec., 1994.They treated refugees on their way home as well as people living in the area suffering from ailments resulting from unclean living conditions as well as conflicts with neighbors and occasional discovery of unused ordinance littering the countryside.  The living conditions resulted from the destruction of the country's infrastructures in the genocide and civil war in 1994.
Registered Nurse, Sister Terry Shields injects fluid into a child's ear while Rusty Dixon assits at the AmeriCares clinic in Buranga Rwanda, Oct., 1994. Shields of Bryn Mawr, Penn., and Dixon of Seattle, Wash., volunteered at the clinic set up by the New Canaan, Conn. humanitarian organization halfway between the refugee camps in Goma, Zaire (now Congo) and the Rwandan capitol, Kigali. The child suffered from dizziness from excessive material in the ear. The organization operated the clinic...
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