“A World of Difference,” p. 54
“When I was fifteen, I saw Médecins Sans Frontières as an organization whose staff were outspoken risk takers. When I joined MSF thirty-five years later, as a parent, my sense of risk taking had changed. MSF was still notorious for being rebellious, but it had also recognized that the job requires experience, maturity, and compassion. That’s where our two realities met.”
Sidney Coles is currently developing a support program for parents and preschool-aged children living in conflict zones.