Knutsford: Real-life stories from African nurses

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Imagine delivering a baby with no water, no electricity and only the light from your mobile phone. Imagine working 60 hours a week but still not earning enough to feed your family.

Every day, against the odds, doctors, nurses and midwives in the poorest parts of the world are struggling to save lives in impossible conditions.

On Friday 8 March, Liberian nurses Watta Mamie Bordor and Rommina Yah and doctor Olusola Oladeiji, will be visiting Knutsford giving people the rare opportunity to hear their incredible stories first hand. This is a chance to hear true stories of how aid is saving lives in a country recovering from civil war, ask questions and learn more in a friendly setting.

The event will be taking place at Jubilee Hall, 48 Boothfields, Knutsford, WA16 8JU from 6 – 8pm on Friday 8 March. For further information or to attend, please RSVP to campaigns@savethechildren.org.uk by Monday 4th March as places are limited.

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