Posted on 7 February, 2013

Meanwhile, I struggle with another frustration – the importance of language for communication. You can only do so much with sounds, facial expressions, gestures and body language. To go deeper, to discover what’s really inside a person, to really hear their thoughts, at some point you need words.
MSF psychosocial support officer Terry writes about her frustrations in her latest blog post from Tajikistan where she is working with families affected by multi-drug resistant tuberculosis