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Delphine Barringer and Michael Mills of Doctors Without Borders, who both recently served in Sudan, will discuss the organization’s medical efforts and humanitarian principles at the next monthly meeting of the Health Professions Program noon Tuesday in Oechsle Hall room 224.

Pizza will be provided to students who register by Monday with June Thompson, administrative assistant for postgraduate studies and fellowships/preprofessional advising, atthompsoj.

Doctors Without Borders is committed to raising public awareness about medical humanitarian crises. A human resources and administrative expert, Barringer served a nine-month mission in Khartoum, managing local human resources for Doctors Without Borders, and was head administrator for an orphanage managed by the organization. In his third Sudan mission, Mills managed the logistics of medical supplies for Doctors Without Borders’ programs there. Prior to that, he worked for the organization at a clinic in Bentiu, where he oversaw construction, water and sanitation, facilities rehabilitation, and general logistics. His first mission was as a logistician for Doctors Without Borders’ work aiding the people of Darfur.

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