“Everything great that has been done in the world has been done in the name of exaggerated expectations” You might think so when you see how humanitarian aid has been thwarted in recent decades but has nevertheless saved millions of people, crossed victims of wars, and of natural disasters. Because this quote from Ernest Renan is taken from the remarkable work of Olivier Weber, which traces the epic of the pioneering “French doctors”, at the initiative of Bernard Kouchner since the tragedy of Biafra in 1969 with the creation of “Médecins sans Frontières ”of “ Médecins du Monde ”and of...
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