365 days without you
Dear Wouter,  365 days without you. We are still speechless by your loss. You are in our hearts.  We are six tropical doctors, and together we are CapaCare Netherlands – [...]
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Happy Birthday Wouter
On a day that we celebrate all things you, I thought it best to share a story that makes me smile and laugh as if it had just happened yesterday! [...]
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Living memory
Dear Wouter, thank you for the time we spent together in Masanga and for our moments before that time. For me, it was of infinite value to experience your energy, [...]
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When great Trees Fall
When great trees fall, rocks on distant hills shudder, lions hunker down in tall grasses, and even elephants slumber after safety. When great trees fall in forrest, small things recoil [...]
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In memory of
This week it will be one year ago since we lost our beloved colleague and friend Wouter Nolet. Without a doubt, we would have preferred to come together in an [...]
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Remembering Wouter
Dear family and friends of Wouter Its been almost a year now since Wouter left us. How do we remember him and celebrate his life in a world where we [...]
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Going back to normal – Restarting the training program
While most of the European countries again are facing an increase of COVID-19 cases and restrictions on social interaction once again is becoming the norm, Sierra Leone is getting back [...]
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Time to reflect
For CapaCare, 2019 was the most challenging year since the organizations inception. Sierra Leone can be such a pleasant place to work and at other times equally harsh. We have [...]
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Free virtual conference on Global Surgery – “Tackling a Viral Outbreak”
Free half day international virtual conference: ‘Frontline Global Surgery: Tackling a Viral Outbreak’ This conference is in collaboration with G4Alliance, RCSI Institute of Global surgery, MedTech Foundation and Incision UK. [...]
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Impact of COVID-19 on CapaCare´s activities in Sierra Leone
The COVID-19 has brought much of the world to a standstill and Sierra Leone is no exception. President Julius Maada Bio confirmed the country´s first case on 31st of March [...]
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