April 5, 2006

Dr Sathya Raja in Sierra Leone

I wonder if anyone in the Mysore medical community remembers Sathya, who did medicine in Mysore. I read about his good work with Concern, an international healthcare agency engaged in Sierra Leone that is at the bottom end of the 177 countries on on the UN’s human development index.
To quote a ReliefWeb document, “Indian medical doctor, Sathya Raja is from Bangalore and studied medicine at the University of Mysore in India. He later did post graduate work in community medicine.
Sathya, who works for Concern in Sierra Leone, is convinced that the agency is making a difference for the impoverished people of the country. “I believe passionately this is where we belong and right now we are in a great position to make a difference in health care,” he stresses….Click on to Read More

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