Innovative Ideas For Africa
From 2005 – 2007 as I was working in Central African Republic in a government hospital in the north-east of the country, I got in touch with unconventional therapeutic approaches. Working in Central Africa Republic is very different from working in Europe. Work conditions are not comparable. Cultures, laws, medical trainings and public health challenges are different. The intercultural experience made me more open minded and more creative for problem solving, but at the same time I also became more suspicious and more cautious. The lack of legislative and regulative forces of the state (beside numerous other reasons), turns the country into a place of instability, violence, and abuse on all levels.