Sutures That Bind Us: The Experiences of Women Surgeons in the United States & Tanzania

Stone Town, Zanzibar: Mission: Restore local surgeons and surgeon trainers meet with a patient they operated on a year ago. The young girl suffered from third degree burns, needing surgery to regain functionality in her left hand and wrist.
Sekou Toure Hospital: Surgeon trainer, Dr. Joyce (left) teaches and operates alongside local surgeon, Dr. Furaha during a Mission: Restore Surgical Training Trip in November 2015.
Bugando Medical Centre: Local surgeon, Dr. Olivia performs a cleft lip repair procedure during a Mission: Restore led Surgical Training Trip in March, 2017.




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