A child watches as a doctor approaches with a stethascope to examine him at the AmeriCares clinic in Buranga, Rwanda, October 1994. The number on the child's forehead is used in place of unavailable hospital wristbands. The New Canaan Connecticut humanitarian organization set up their clinic on the road between Goma, Zaire (now Congo) and Kigali, Rwanda to help refugees returning from the camps in Goma and the people living in the area whose illnesses resulted from the destruction of what little infrastructure existed before civil war. (photo Rick D'Elia)
A child watches as a doctor approaches with a stethascope to examine him at the AmeriCares clinic in Buranga, Rwanda, October 1994. The number on the child's forehead is used in place of unavailable hospital wristbands. The New Canaan Connecticut humanitarian organization set up their clinic on the road between Goma, Zaire (now Congo) and Kigali, Rwanda to help refugees returning from the camps in Goma and the people living in the area whose illnesses resulted from the destruction of what...
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