She never knows how many women in labour will arrive at the hospital in the Cox’s Bazar camp. “Yesterday, we had four happening at once, and then there’s nothing … Women are birthing around the clock. Which is why it is a pretty tough job for a midwife and the obstetrician. Because it’s a night and day, night and day sort of job.”
This surgical facility never closes to make sure it can support a population of more than one million from Rakhine, Myanmar, and the Bangladeshi host community living in the camp.
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